Economic Operators

Trade and Cooperation Agreement

The EU and the UK will constitute two separate markets and two distinct regulatory and legal spaces. This will create obstacles in both directions to the trade of goods and services, and to mobility and cross-border exchanges.
The European Commission has prepared a Q&A document on the new Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
Should you or your company maintain trade relations with the European Union, you can visit the pages of the following sections to consult any additional information:

Financial services


Food products and agriculture


Health and cosmetics products

Chemical products


Public procurement

Climate: emissions allowances

Industrial property rights

Intellectual property

Land transport

Judicial cooperation for professionals

Shipment of waste

CITES Convention


Digital commerce and data protection


Digitalisation and artificial intelligence

Defence and dual use material

Trade in services and investment

Subsidies - Level playing field

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