- the worst is The damn well, that nethandlen will be affected..
How to write Lotte F in one of the comments that are written on the brexits importance for the danes on Danish TV2 News Facebook-profile.
- The only decent plus size clothing store, I have been able to find, is away, continues to Lotte, who has read a so-called 'hard' brexit will mean that, in future, vat will be due and importgebyr on goods from the Uk, which costs more than 80 dollars. And that for goods that cost over 1150 dollars, will be put tariffs on.
- Yes, it is a bit impractical, it has you right in, writes Lars to the Lotte, and a look at the tax.dk shows precisely how impractical and expensive, lotte's plus-size clothing is, if it ends with a hard brexit.
If Lotte today, buying a plus-size busseronne (big sweater) to $ 500, with a cargo of 125 dkk, yes it cost her 625 kr.
But if she must do the same procurement d. 30 march - and if the UK is not made, a transitional arrangement with the EU - then the increase in price quite dramatically:
the Shirt would probably cost about the same, although the exchange rate on the pound of course can be dropped. The same with the cargo.
But as you can see in the calculate tax have on the website, so there will come in the future importgebyr (Postnord takes a minimum of 160 sek) and vat (yes. it is the 25 percent) in addition to goods that cost more than 80 dkk and less than 1150 dkk. So lotte's buseronne will end up costing more than 900 dkk.
And if she would buy clothes for more than 1150 dkk, so she must also pay customs duties (12 percent, if it is clothing).