UK Manufacturers Would Need Goods Retested by EU in ‘No Deal’ Brexit: Paper




LONDON — British manufacturers selling goods ranging from machinery to toys into the European Union would need to have their products retested by EU safety regulators in the event of a “no deal” Brexit, the British government said on Thursday.

Currently British manufacturers of many goods are subject to the EU’s “New Approach” rules that ensure products sold across the bloc meet its safety and environmental standards.

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