Department for International Trade (DIT)
How to find the temporary rates of customs duty (tariffs) on imports if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.
Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs (HMRC) recently issued a penalty of more than £10,000 to a UK exporter for trading goods outside the UK without a licence.
A list of the trade and mutual recognition agreements the UK has signed with non-EU countries.
Find out about the lists that control exports, which goods are on the list, when you need to apply for a strategic export licence.
Why governments put trade controls in place, how they work for exporters, and how traders can apply for a licence.
List of ‘controlled’ military and dual-use items that require an export licence.
Details of arms embargoes, trade control restrictions, defence export policies and restrictions on terrorist organisations.
The UK is transitioning trade agreements which it participates in as a member of the EU.
Licence for the export of of dual-use items to EU member states.
Which exports are controlled and therefore require a licence, how to apply and what compliance responsibilities you'll have.
The temporary rates of customs duty (tariffs) on imports if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.
Regulations affecting exporters and importers in the clothing, footwear and fashion sector in the adult and children's markets.
How the government monitors imports into the UK.
You must have a licence to supply anything on the UK strategic export control lists to someone based outside the UK (except for exporting most ‘dual use’ items to EU countries).
Businesses exporting from the UK, or investigating export opportunities can attend TAP's selected overseas trade shows and conferences, and get grants to offset some costs.
A guide for UK businesses interested in selling goods and services in the US.
Iran has received extensive economic and financial sanctions relief as a result of meeting its obligations under the nuclear deal agreed on 14 July 2015.
The Prosperity Fund aims to remove barriers to economic growth and promote the economic reform and development needed to reduce poverty in partner countries.
Overview of the UK’s fintech industry, highlighting the UK’s appeal as a destination for entrepreneurs and investors.
A guide for British businesses interested in selling goods and services in India.
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