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The UK published details on its UK’s integrated tariff. It is based on the UK’s Most Favoured Nation (MFN) tariff schedule called the UK Global Tariff (UKGT), which the Government announced in May 2020.
The integrated tariff would include all Free Trade Agreements, Regional Trading Arrangements, preferential access schemes (such as the Generalised Scheme of Preferences for developing countries) As well as the UKGT, the UK’s Integrated Tariff Schedule includes: suspensions, reliefs, tariff rate quotas, trade remedy measures, preferential tariffs, rules of origin for FTAs and preferential access schemes.
This would affect principally persons importing goods into the UK, businesses who import the inputs of production and consumers if the price of goods change.
These measures introduce the UK’s independent tariff policy, setting the import duty rates in our MFN tariff schedule.
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