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06 February 2020
After more than three years of 'will we, won't we?' uncertainty, Friday 31 January marked the day that the UK officially left the EU. This is just the beginning of the real process of change, however. The rest of 2020 will see the UK 'transition' out of the EU and there are currently still more questions than answers about what the legal, regulatory and trading landscape will look like for UK food businesses on 1 January 2021
The Food and Drink team at Burges Salmon are already dealing with a range of issues and questions raised by clients across the supply chain. As we move into that transition period the team have set out some of the key questions that businesses should be asking themselves:
For further information on this topic please contact Sian Edmunds at Burges Salmon LLP by telephone (+44 117 939 2000) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Burges Salmon LLP website can be accessed at www.burges-salmon.com.
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