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Uncertainty in view of customs valuation rules discussions
When conducting international business in a globalised economy, it is essential to comply with all applicable national and international law.
The withdrawal of the United States ('US') on 8 May 2018 from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action ('JCPOA') resulted in US sanctions - previously lifted following the entry into force of the JCPOA - being re-imposed.
As of 1 January 2021, the United Kingdom (UK) left the EU Single Market and the EU Customs Union, following the end of a transition period. As a result, supply chains and sales channels involving the UK are now governed ...
As of this article's publication, the US and China appear to be close to ending the tariff war that has rattled financial markets.
COVID-19 may cause liquidity issues for companies and entrepreneurs (including so-called "independent worker without employees"). Several tax related measures are implemented in the Netherlands (as well as in other ...
This is the 5th in a series of articles written by members of our International Trade Secrets Group, highlighting points of note regarding the protection of Trade Secrets in various jurisdictions. This article discusses ...
The European Commission (“Commission”) and the Dutch customs authority (“Dutch Customs”) have introduced additional COVID-19 related trade measures.
If your franchise relies on products being imported into the UK or involves the supply of products to franchisees in the EU then, if at the end of the transition period no free trade agreement is negotiated, you could ...
On 26 May, the European Commission imposed provisional anti-dumping measures of more than 22% on imports of heavyweight thermal paper (HWTP) from South Korea. The decision follows a complaint filed by the European ...