The Brexit agreement marks the commercial exchange between the United Kingdom and the European Union (EU), with a commitment for both parties in 2021 compared to 2019, according to data from the French Ministry of Economy.
In the first 10 months of 2021, EU exports to the United Kingdom will increase by 15%, while European imports from the United Kingdom will lose 30%, following figures from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs during a European conference in Paris.
The conference is dedicated to analyzing the impact of Brexit on the year of the entry into force of the new trade agreement between Brussels and London.
The sectors where the main markets are their cars, textiles and aeronautics.
The figures should be used as a prudence due to the sanitary crisis also affecting international trade.
At the same time, European exports and imports exceeded the levels of the same period in 2019, according to data from the Eurostat Statistics Agency.
The terms of Brexit
The entry into force of the new commercial agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom, the 1st of January of 2021, will take place in the restoration of the adverse controls on the fronts, obliging the companies to carry out numerous administrative transactions to transport their merchandise.
The British trade fair Marks & Spencer, for example, justifies the variety of its tithes in France by the complexity of export procedures.
The French Aduanas are on the first line for an average of 80% of the transit routes on their front, with 3.6 million trucks passing through France in 2021.
“Our challenge has been to move around 12,000 lorries that will cover the Mancha Canal (…) with infrastructures that are unprepared to detain the lorries,” the ministry said.
France is recruiting 700 adulterers and creating an “intelligent” frontier that allows companies to carry out aduana operations early and end up with a truck code that prevents them from trying to detain them in the United Kingdom.
In the first weeks of 2021, a quarter of the companies will not be able to carry them forward, but now there are about 10 trucks passing by, the ministry said.
It was reported that the trucks on the road were loaded less than before the Brexit, in a test of the exchange route.
Brexit also includes an increase in formalities with an increase of 62% in transit declarations for French aduanas and a multiplication by 6.5 in EU export declarations registered in France.
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