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Sweden: providing services and travelling for business after Brexit

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Guidance for UK businesses on rules for trading in services with Sweden if there's a no-deal Brexit.

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

Swedish rules on Brexit

The Swedish government has Brexit legislation that applies to:

  • the movement of people and goods between the 2 countries
  • British people living in Sweden
  • Swedish people living in the UK who return to Sweden

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