Exporting guide to Liechtenstein

Overview

Liechtenstein is a relatively small but buoyant market for UK exporters. A free trade agreement (FTA) between the UK and Liechtenstein, along with Norway and Iceland, is now in effect. The FTA recognises the importance of SMEs and contains commitments to co-operate on SME trade and investment opportunities.

Demand for electrical goods

Electrical goods make up a large percentage of goods exported to Liechtenstein. This is followed by office machinery, scientific instruments, and general industrial machinery

Growing UK services exports

Services make up a large percentage of exports to Liechtenstein and the demand for UK services continues to grow. If you're a UK company specialising in business or financial services in particular, Liechtenstein may be a destination to consider.

A Liechtenstein vista

Liechtenstein: at a glance

Currency

Swiss Franc

Business language

German, French, English

GDP per capita

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Economic growth

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Time zone

GMT +1

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Check for trade barriers

Trade barriers, such as tariffs or taxes, can raise costs, cause delays, or even stop you from exporting. Check for any issues that may impact your business when exporting.

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Check duties and customs

Find information on how to export goods from the UK. View the duties, rules, restrictions, and the documents you need for your products.

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Next steps

DIT can advise you on doing business abroad, and help put you in touch with other people who can help such as lawyers and distributors.