EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement
This article presents the relevant implications of the EU-UK trade agreement from the customs perspective, particularly rules of origin.
Did you know that not all goods traded between EU and UK can be imported duty-freev based on the EU-UK Trade Agreement? Please read our alert, in order to learn more.
A new version of the EU Combined Nomenclature
An updated version of the EU Combined Nomenclature (CN) will enter into force on 1 January 2021
Like to know more about the EU Combined Nomenclature or the classification changes introduced by the CN 2021? Or the impact on your authorisation to use customs warehouse, inward or outward processing, end-use or temporary admission? Contact us.
Clarification of ‘goods that have been used’ in the context of the extinguishment of a customs debt
The CJEU has ruled on the meaning of the concept of ‘goods that have been used’ in light of goods placed under the inward processing procedure for the purpose of extinguishment of the customs debt.
Update: Dutch enforcement of the requirement to be established in the European Union to act as exporter for customs purposes set at January 1, 2021
The Dutch customs authorities published an update on the enforcement date of the requirement to be established in the European Union (hereafter: EU) and act as exporter on an EU customs export declaration.