Exporting to Morocco after Brexit if there’s no deal

Guidance explaining changes for UK exporters to Morocco if we leave the EU with no deal.

Trade agreement

The UK is seeking to agree arrangements with Morocco to ensure trade continues with minimal disruption after the UK leaves the EU.

If agreed, these arrangements could maintain the effects of the EU-Morocco agreement if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

If the UK does not agree arrangements with Morocco and the UK leaves the EU without a deal, existing trade agreements would no longer apply. This would mean the UK would not have preferential trade arrangements for exports to Morocco.

Tariffs and quotas

If the UK agrees continuity arrangements with Morocco there could be minimal changes to tariffs and quotas, even if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

If the UK does not agree arrangements with Morocco, the UK would export to Morocco on Most Favoured Nation terms under World Trade Organization (WTO) rules.

Check Morocco’s import tariffs and quotas under WTO rules on the Market Access MAP website.

Managing risk

Find out how UK businesses can manage risk when doing business in Morocco.

Controlled goods

The export licensing regulations for controlled goods will be affected.

Controlled goods include:

  • military items
  • dual-use items (items with both civil and military uses)
  • firearms

Find out how export licensing for controlled goods will change.


Sanctions and embargoes

Exports of certain categories of product to some countries are subject to embargoes or sanctions.


Get in touch with DIT:

  • to find a trade office near you
  • for Brexit enquiries
  • for support with exporting from the UK

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Published 25 April 2019