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NAJ members given access to additional EU exit resources

The British Jewellery and Giftware International has published new guidance regarding VAT, duty rates, charges on small packages and import declarations

Members of the National Association of Jewellers (NAJ) will be given access to additional EU exit resources.

The British Jewellery and Giftware International (BJGI) has published new guidance regarding VAT, duty rates, charges on small packages and import declarations post-Brexit.

As well as this, the organisation has included a contacts resource, produced to aid members in reaching the most relevant government department for their query.

Using this guide, members can approach the relevant government department for support with their queries around certain issues , such as business support, intellectual property and border movements.

Taran Sahota, international services manager at BJGI said, “Since the start of January, we’ve continued to support member organisations with their EU exit queries, and commissioned the customs arrangements guide to help members understand the new procedures.

“We will continue to provide guidance and produce further resources to help members understand the new rules which came into effect on 1 January 2021.”

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