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Nz Eu Customs Agreement

Under these regimes, each country recognizes the other country`s security measures and customs procedures and ensures that imported and exported goods are fully compliant with customs regulations at every stage of the supply chain. These agreements will enter into force at the end of the transition period. They will ensure that New Zealand`s current agreements with the United Kingdom continue as a result of similar agreements previously concluded between New Zealand and the EU. (Read a statement with more details on the veterinary agreement and the mutual recognition agreement. The customs agreement between the EU and New Zealand is not affected by Brexit. We have a customs agreement with the United Kingdom, which will come into force at the end of the transition period. It is similar to the current customs agreement we have with the EU and is a necessary first step towards an agreement on a mutually recognised system of safe trade between New Zealand and the United Kingdom. If the UK and the EU enter into a trade agreement, trade between them depends on negotiated tariff preferences and rules. Whether or not a free trade agreement is concluded, the rules governing trade between the UK and the EU will change at the end of the transition period. If the UK and the EU fail to reach an agreement on their trade terms after 31 December 2020 and if it is not agreed to extend the transitional period, a “non-deal” will be possible on 1 January 2021.

The United Kingdom (UK) legally left the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020, but remains in the Customs Union and the EU internal market until the end of the agreed transition period on 31 December. Until then, the UK remains subject to EU legislation and regulations. The CCA with the EU follows a standard New Zealand model: articles on cooperation in customs procedures, supply chain security and risk management, mutual assistance, information exchange, staff exchanges and institutional agreements. With regard to the exchange of information, the EU-CCA must be implemented within the framework of applicable New Zealand legislation. The COMMUNITY is broadly in tune with the management of international information exchange. Changes related to the UK`s withdrawal from the EU customs union and internal market will come into force on 1 January 2021. The EU and New Zealand have also negotiated a number of sectoral agreements aimed at facilitating access to the other party`s markets and reducing exporters` costs. Notable examples are agreements on veterinary standards, horizontal air services and mutual recognition of standards and certifications. Consultations with senior officials on trade, agriculture, fisheries and science and technology take place each year alternately between Brussels and Wellington. Consultations and exchanges of information are also taking place in areas such as climate change, development assistance and humanitarian aid. The EU and New Zealand will work closely together to prevent, investigate and correct customs violations.

Leaving the EU allows the UK to develop its own new trade agreements with other countries, including New Zealand.