Brexit for business
From the date of the withdrawal and in the event of absence of a withdrawal agreement, the United Kingdom will no longer be a member of the customs territory of the European Union and will hence have to be considered as a third country with respect to customs matters.
After the date of the withdrawal and in the event of absence of a withdrawal agreement, a customs declaration for imports or exports will have to be presented to the customs in accordance with the customs regulations of the European Union.
From a customs point of view, each economic relationship between the European Union and a third country is subject to the holding of an Economic Operator Registration and Identification number (EORI number).
The Customs and Excise Agency is strongly recommending to apply to their services for EORI registration as of now provided you have not yet done so and if you consider carrying out commercial transactions with the United Kingdom after the date of the withdrawal.
You can find more information regarding the impact of Brexit on businesses established in Luxembourg or the United Kingdom in our dedicated section.
Find out about the formalities for crossing the border between Luxembourg and Belgium.
As part of the recovery plan in the sports sector, sports clubs affiliated with an approved sports federation are eligible for financial aid.
In the context of the state of crisis, the deadlines for filing and publication of the annual financial statements, consolidated accounts and related reports have been extended by 3 months.