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Read key points about the government's package of temporary measures to support businesses in response to disruption caused by coronavirus.
The extension will help business having to complete customs declarations due to import controls for goods moving from the EU to Great Britain.
Complete our survey to help us understand how coronavirus and the government response is impacting businesses in the South East. This will help Medway Council and SELEP support you.
The South East Business Hub has launched the Ready 2020 website to help businesses get ready for leaving the EU.
AC Goatham & Son from Kent, Angus Soft Fruits from Scotland and Bedfordshire Growers team up to display quality British produce at Fruit Logistica in Berlin.