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In 2018, Prime Minister Theresa May set out the UK’s ‘fundamental strategic shift’ in its relations with Africa by expressing her aspiration that the UK would overtake the US to become the G7’s leading investor in Africa by 2022. While UK–Africa trade increased 7.5% in 2019 to £36 billion and was meant to be enhanced by Brexit, UK still lags behind the US, the Netherlands and France.The process for importing and exporting goods will change from 1 January 2021. Join us for the AfBC Market Brief Webinar on Exporting and Trade with Africa Post The UK transition to hear and learn changes that will take place after the UK leaves EU and the impact on trade with African economies.During the discussion, we will be addressing key issues including:Continuing the UK’s trade relationship with African Region after Brexit: Impact and opportunitiesUK Transition: Preparation to keep business moving in a post-transition worldImporting, exporting and customs for businessesA review of Economic partnership and continuity trade agreements: Southern African Customs Union (SACU), Eastern and Southern Africa ((ESA-UK), MFN, WTO rulesConformity for export requirements, licences, import rules and guidelinesCustom duty impact, tariffs and quotasExport financingUpdate on EORI number and guidelineOnce you have registered to join the webinar, you will receive joining instructions, link to connect and to add to your diary.To sign up for AfBC Membership, visit www. For enquiries, to express interest to become a speaker at our event or sponsorship opportunities, contact us at EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

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