The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020. On 24 December 2020, the two sides reached an agreement in principle on the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement. Find out what this means for New Zealanders.
  • Brexit overview

    Find out what the United Kingdom leaving the European Union means for New Zealand.

  • How does Brexit affect me?

    Find out what Brexit means for New Zealanders living, working and travelling in the UK and the EU.

  • How does Brexit affect business?

    Find out what Brexit means for New Zealand businesses if the UK leaves the EU with a deal in place on the terms of its future relationship with the EU, and if it leaves without a deal i.e. there is a “hard Brexit”.

  • New Zealand WTO tariff rate quota access into the EU and UK

    New Zealand has signed an agreement with the EU (signed 20 July 2022) and an arrangement with the UK (signed 28 July) on changes to New Zealand’s WTO tariff rate quota access into the EU and UK. This was a result of the UK withdrawing from the EU.


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