UK and EU import tariffs under a no-deal Brexit

The Government recently announced the tariff rate schedule for agricultural goods in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

We have calculated the percentage increase in price that these tariffs will add to the cost of imported products and compared them to the EU’s common external tariff.

EU and UK import tariff rates

8 October 2019

EU and UK import tariff rates for selected beef products

7 October 2019

EU and UK import tariff rates for selected sheep meat products

7 October 2019

EU and UK import tariff rates for selected pig meat products

8 October 2019

EU and UK import tariff rates for selected dairy products

7 October 2019

EU and UK import tariff rates for potatoes and derived products

8 October 2019

EU and UK import tariff rates for selected horticultural products

7 October 2019

EU and UK import tariff rates for selected cereals and oilseeds and derived products

7 October 2019

EU and UK import tariff rates for poultry meat and derived products


Although in 'ad valorem' terms the UK tariffs are lower than those set by the EU, tariffs on UK imports from the EU will be higher in some cases as currently imports from the EU are tariff free.


Webinar: Trade barriers to red meat

Along with tariffs, there are non-tariff barriers which may affect the trade of our agricultural products.

Watch this webinar to find out more about how this aspect might affect prices and outputs for the red meat sector.

You can read more about the subject in the Red Meat Route to Market Project Report - click the link below.

Read the Red Meat Route to Market Project Report