Britain has left the EU single market - here's what will change

In a historic first, former EU member state Britain has left the bloc’s single market and customs union after the expiration of the 11-month transition period. Four-and-half years after the referendum in Britain, Brexit is finally reality. It took months of intense negotiations, but Britain and the European Union eventually agreed on a 1,246-page Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA), applied provisionally as of Friday. Here is what the deal means for whom: 1) Businesses The two sides agreed on an unprecedented zero quotas, zero tariffs scheme for goods that comply with so-called rules of orig…

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