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On 8 June 2018, the Trade Defence Instruments Modernisation Package (the "Modernisation Package") became applicable in the European Union (EU).
EU sanctions compliance does not stop at the EU border or with the screening of direct business partners. In view of adhering to the EU sanctions and managing related compliance and liability risks, EU entities must ...
Uncertainty in view of customs valuation rules discussions
European Commission Vice President and former Latvian Prime Minister, Valdis Dombrovskis, was officially confirmed as the new Trade Commissioner on 7 October, following the recent resignation of Phil Horgan over an ...
Adoption of EU screening mechanism for foreign direct investments
This note reviews the impact of a hard Brexit on the UK's trading relationships with EU Member States and also third countries.
The Government has enacted the Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Act 2018, to establish an independent UK trade and customs regime. This will be necessary as from Brexit when the UK leaves the EU Customs Union. Whilst the ...
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 ...
The United States' ('US') Department of Commerce ('DOC') initiated a so-called "section 232" investigation on 23 May 2018 into the possible national security effects of imports of cars (including SUVs, Vans and Light ...