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Creative and cultural: international trade regulations

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Regulations for whole productions or scenery, props and costumes, for museum artefacts, artworks and antiques, and details about Film Tax Relief.

Introduction

As an exporter or importer in the creative industries sector, you will need to comply with certain regulations.

This guide will show you how to research any trade restrictions in your export market, classify your goods for export and accurately declare any imports. It also offers you sources of further help and support.

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