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Guidance explaining changes for UK exporters to Australia if we leave the EU with no deal.

Leaving the EU with a deal remains the UK government’s top priority. This has not changed. However, the government is continuing with no deal preparations to ensure the country is prepared for every eventuality.

Trade agreement

The UK does not have a trade agreement with Australia but it does have a mutual recognition agreement.

Product testing, certification and inspection

The mutual recognition agreement between the UK and Australia means we recognise each other’s conformity assessments.

Some UK goods can be tested in the UK against Australia’s regulations. The goods can then be sold in Australia without additional testing in Australia.

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