Britain: Loss of one billion pounds after "Breakst" due to customs procedures
A study by the European Research Center " Oxera " estimated the loss of customs procedures on Britain's border after exiting the European bloc by about one billion pounds a year.
Customs checks at the border would cause delays in the delivery of goods, which would cause damage estimated at 1 billion pounds a year, the center said.
Andrew Minni, the head of the transport division, proposes several scenarios for customs control after BRICAST, including a scenario called "trade slowdown." Under this scenario, ports and crossing points will be monitored. This will require an increase in the number of cadres at the border points with the provision of special equipment. That costs.
On March 29, London began its exit from the European Union, which now includes 28 countries. The United Kingdom has to leave the European bloc on March 29, 2019, two years after the launch of BRICEST.