The UK and EU are on the brink of an agreement which would reform the Northern Ireland Protocol.
The protocol is the part of the Brexit deal which sets Northern Ireland's trade rules.
It has practical implications on everyday life for residents in Northern Ireland, from importing essential medicines, to online shopping, to the cost of running a business.
It has been widely reported that some of the trade problems created by the protocol could be addressed by the creation of green and red lanes.
The green lane would be used for goods moving between Northern Ireland and Great Britain, but ultimately staying inside the UK. These goods would only require minimal paperwork.
But how green would that green lane be and who would get to use it?
BBC News NI economics and business editor John Campbell has set out this and other questions that businesses and their customers will be asking about the new proposals. ยูฟ่าเบท168