IiA Navigator This database of IAs – the IIA browser – is managed by UNCTAD`s IIA Section. You can browse the IIAs concluded by a particular country or group of countries, view the recently concluded ais or use the extended contract search for demanding research tailored to your needs. Please cite as: UNCTAD, International Investment Agreements Navigator, available under investmentpolicy.unctad.org/international-investment-agreements/ Parliament`s report on this treaty sets out the government`s approach to ensuring the continuity of trade relations between the UK and Switzerland. The agreement does not apply to trade in services. Indeed, there is currently no specific EU-Switzerland agreement on trade in services. However, we have taken steps to ensure that trade in services between the UK and Switzerland can continue from 1 January 2021. See the list of minimum transactions in Article 7 of the Protocol on Rules of Origin in the text of the trade agreement between the United Kingdom and Switzerland. If you expect goods to be in transit, if the EU-Switzerland trade agreements no longer apply, you can obtain a certificate of origin a posteriori. This shows that the goods come from the UK and are eligible for preferential terms if your products arrive on or within twelve months of the start of the application of the UK-Switzerland trade agreements. You should inquire with the competent customs authorities about your trade between the United Kingdom and Switzerland. In particular, the rules of origin agreed under the trade agreement between the United Kingdom and Switzerland will be reviewed no later than thirty months after the entry into force of the trade agreement. You can obtain certificates of origin a posteriori from your usual supplier as soon as the contract takes effect, for example the chambers of commerce. The updated certificates of origin will be available as soon as the agreement is effective by your usual supplier, e.g.
chambers of commerce. Certificates are very similar to the quotas currently in use. They will denounce the UK as the place of origin and not the EU. The Committee notes that the trade agreement is very different from the previous agreement to which the United Kingdom is a party as an EU Member State. These differences include: the UK Government has reserved for itself powers in matters of international trade and international agreements, as well as the right and power to legislate on all matters relating to parliamentary sovereignty, but the UK Government will normally seek a request for approval from the decentralised Parliament (centres) when areas covered by the agreement(s) conflict with matters having respo Decentralised nsabilities, regardless of their ability to legislate, the page has been updated to give detailed instructions on trade with Switzerland from 1 January 2021. This includes information on import tariffs and rules of origin. The United Kingdom is an important economic partner for Switzerland. At present, most relations between Switzerland and the United Kingdom are governed by bilateral agreements with the European Union (EU). .