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The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement

The report looks into what the agreement will mean from a consumer perspective. As the TCA provides for cooperation and further negotiations in a number of areas.

 The Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) has secured tariff-free trade between the UK and EU and sets out many areas for cooperation, as well as future negotiation. It also marks some fundamental changes to how consumers will interact with the EU, the rights that will underpin any transactions and introduces new processes for how goods and services will be traded.
This paper considers what the Agreement will mean from a consumer perspective, as several aspects of the TCA are worked out in the coming months and years. 

The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement 126 Kb | 10 Apr 2021