In an encyclical to the customs, the AAD records what will apply in Britain’s “divorce” with the EU on March 29, without an agreement between the two sides. In such a case, the importation of products from the country concerned will take place through additional customs procedures and formalities, as well as additional duty levies.
This will happen because products from the UK will be considered as coming from a third, non-EU country and thus subject to additional customs controls and subject to customs duties. This will result in April from products imported from Greece into Greece.
Indeed, this will also apply to online orders made by Greek consumers by British companies. These will be delayed in their hands due to additional customs controls but will be more expensive due to the imposition of import duties.