Monday, January 18

Brexit: the problems that are beginning to become evident after the effective exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union

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  • BBC World News


A week after Brexit came into effect, several businesses warn of the disruptions they are experiencing in their services.

Only a little over a week has passed since the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union became effective and several problems are already obvious.

The agreement reached between the United Kingdom and the EU after Brexit does not impose tariffs or tariffs on the flow of goods, but it does require the introduction of border controls and bureaucratic procedures that in practice are supplying extra costs for businesses.

Supermarkets in the United Kingdom, for example, warn of rising costs in exports.

The mail systems have canceled part of their services and the fishing industry is notifying product waste by the obstacles to trade.

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