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Iceland: providing services and travelling for business after Brexit

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Guidance for UK businesses on rules for selling services to Iceland if there's a no-deal Brexit.

The authoritative source for Icelandic market regulations is the Icelandic government. This guidance links to official Icelandic sources wherever possible.

Icelandic trade and services regulations

If you’re a UK business offering services in Iceland, you’ll need to follow Icelandic regulations about:

  • getting authorisations or licences to provide a service
  • complying with specific local business regulations
  • EEA nationality requirements which could prevent you from providing services in some sectors

gov.uk read the article here

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