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Soon the Brexit talks will enter the EU parliament and this is likely to be an important momentum for the future of life in Britain. As we know that this morning the British government has received the blessing of the British parliament to immediately negotiate the future of England who want to get out of the European Union. The Brexit amendment took a long time in the licensing process of parliament and several times the parliament rejected it. PM May negotiations with EU parliament are scheduled to begin later this month.
After the Brexit amendment was obtained, some businessmen or companies in the UK could face serious issues in which new situations or rules would be established in particular on tariffs, disruptions and border issues or cross-border goods after the Brexit was discussed by the UK with the European Union, said the House of Lords this afternoon.
The British Parliament warns PM May that if Britain has split with the EU there will be some problems, especially concerning the trade agreement between the two parties, especially the imposition of double tariffs. The report, titled “Brexit: trade in goods”, is being prepared by the House of Lords of the UK-EU relations sub-committee which later used parliament for discussion with the British government.
In the report disclosed some criteria that need parliament to discuss further with the government that the UK businessmen get a definite direction for the future of its business post Brexit later. There are at least 4 criteria that make board members pay special attention and provide direction to the government ie
The supply chain of raw materials and finished goods from manufacturers or manufactures in the UK must be integrated or interconnected with the travel chain of goods or raw materials with the EU. YallaKora Star It is understandable that when the UK and the European Union separate, the raw materials or marketing of finished goods between regions will incur more costs and this must be taken seriously for both parties so that this issue does not interfere with the future of the economy.
Leaving EU customs rules means increasing the administrative burden or cost of goods for companies that cross the border. This is because the new customs rules will emerge from the UK with some EU union customs beforehand so bilateral agreements will arise with different tariffs.
Continuing point b above, the parliament also gave note to the government, if during the time the British follow the rules of the EU customs issue then when separated the parliament to provide direction whether the UK must apply the rules of cross-goods under the free trade agreement between the UK and the EU as usual or rules of the WTO.
The UK’s manufacturing and commodity sectors are a vital part of UK labor and trade with the EU for almost £ 357bn annually. Parliament reiterated that the two sectors are prioritized not to face obstacles or additional costs when cross-border issues are discussed with the EU as they are the main drivers of UK economic growth.

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