Portsmouth gains final piece of freeport approval


A UK south coast port has the ‘last piece needed to provide a fully functioning freeport’

Portsmouth on the UK’s south coast can now operate as a fully functioning freeport, following tax office approval for a customs site at Portsmouth International Port.

Authorised businesses can now import certain goods to the port’s customs site tariff-free and businesses within the site can store or manufacture goods using imported raw materials.

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