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Classification of goods: pitfalls in the use of automation
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Christopher Matt

classification
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Classification of goods: pitfalls in the use of automation
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Christopher Matt

classification
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Customs clearance and trade compliance in the EU course
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Customs Knowledge Institute (CKI)

€2,400.00
customs clearance
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Customs clearance and trade compliance in the EU course
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Customs Knowledge Institute (CKI)

€2,400.00
customs clearance
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Customs risk management guide
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Catherine A. C. Truel

€495.00
risk management
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Customs risk management guide
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Catherine A. C. Truel

€495.00
risk management
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EU Deforestation Regulation: Impact on Customs
31-01-2024

Note from the CCRM editors: What can we expect from customs in the future? Professor Albert Willem Veenstra addressed this question together with other authors in the article ‘The changing role of Customs: Customs aligning with supply chain and information management’ (World Customs Journal). After participating in a webinar on the EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR), in which Professor Veenstra shared his insights, we took the opportunity to ask about the impact of this regulation on Customs and talk about various other related topics, such as complex supply chains, new business models for customs brokers and, of course, the knowledge required to meet the demands of a modern compliance professional.

Albert Willem Veenstra

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EU Deforestation Regulation: Impact on Customs
31-01-2024

Note from the CCRM editors: What can we expect from customs in the future? Professor Albert Willem Veenstra addressed this question together with other authors in the article ‘The changing role of Customs: Customs aligning with supply chain and information management’ (World Customs Journal). After participating in a webinar on the EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR), in which Professor Veenstra shared his insights, we took the opportunity to ask about the impact of this regulation on Customs and talk about various other related topics, such as complex supply chains, new business models for customs brokers and, of course, the knowledge required to meet the demands of a modern compliance professional.

Albert Willem Veenstra

sustainability
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Articles

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EU law news May 2024
26-05-2024

News in week 21: Import Control System 2 - Release 3 goes live next week; imports of mobile access equipment originating in China subject to registration; anti-dumping proceedings concerning imports of vanillin and lysine originating in China; updates concerning exemptions from the extended anti-dumping duty on certain bicycle parts originating in China; entry into force of the European Critical Raw Materials Act; the Council has formally adopted the corporate sustainability due diligence directive.

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EU law news May 2024
26-05-2024

News in week 21: Import Control System 2 - Release 3 goes live next week; imports of mobile access equipment originating in China subject to registration; anti-dumping proceedings concerning imports of vanillin and lysine originating in China; updates concerning exemptions from the extended anti-dumping duty on certain bicycle parts originating in China; entry into force of the European Critical Raw Materials Act; the Council has formally adopted the corporate sustainability due diligence directive.

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Six months until the new PEM rules of origin enter into force
26-05-2024

The new, revised Pan European Mediterranean (PEM) rules of origin will enter into force on 1 January 2025 for all parties of the PEM Convention. Traders importing and exporting within the PEM origin cumulation zone will be able to use the new, more business-friendly and flexible rules. Even when trading with countries that have not opted to use transitional rules.

Dr Anna Jerzewska

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Six months until the new PEM rules of origin enter into force
26-05-2024

The new, revised Pan European Mediterranean (PEM) rules of origin will enter into force on 1 January 2025 for all parties of the PEM Convention. Traders importing and exporting within the PEM origin cumulation zone will be able to use the new, more business-friendly and flexible rules. Even when trading with countries that have not opted to use transitional rules.

Dr Anna Jerzewska

origin
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Is payment of customs duties suspended if a dispute is brought before a court?
19-05-2024

Did you know that customs duties are one of the European Union's own resources? Therefore, when you challenge customs decisions to calculate customs duties, you are essentially challenging EU revenue. In this overview of a recent judgement by the Court of Justice of the European Union, we answer the question of whether, in the event of a dispute with customs, the collection of import duties (customs duties and VAT) is suspended until the outcome of the proceedings is known.

Dr. Aistė Medelienė

duties, taxes, violations
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Is payment of customs duties suspended if a dispute is brought before a court?
19-05-2024

Did you know that customs duties are one of the European Union's own resources? Therefore, when you challenge customs decisions to calculate customs duties, you are essentially challenging EU revenue. In this overview of a recent judgement by the Court of Justice of the European Union, we answer the question of whether, in the event of a dispute with customs, the collection of import duties (customs duties and VAT) is suspended until the outcome of the proceedings is known.

Dr. Aistė Medelienė

duties, taxes, violations
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New General Product Safety Regulation: What should economic operators expect?
16-05-2024

Every year since 2003, the European Commission has published its annual report on Safety Gate, the European Rapid Alert System for dangerous non-food products. The reports cover the alerts identified during the year and the measures taken by countries to eliminate or minimise the risks. It is worth noting that this system covers not only EU Member States, but also Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. In March, the annual report was published for 2023, with a record number of notifications, which emphasises the need to further mobilise efforts and improve tools to improve the safety of goods entering the European market. An important new tool – The General Product Safety Regulation - is discussed in this article.

Anthony Buckley

restrictions, trade barriers
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New General Product Safety Regulation: What should economic operators expect?
16-05-2024

Every year since 2003, the European Commission has published its annual report on Safety Gate, the European Rapid Alert System for dangerous non-food products. The reports cover the alerts identified during the year and the measures taken by countries to eliminate or minimise the risks. It is worth noting that this system covers not only EU Member States, but also Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. In March, the annual report was published for 2023, with a record number of notifications, which emphasises the need to further mobilise efforts and improve tools to improve the safety of goods entering the European market. An important new tool – The General Product Safety Regulation - is discussed in this article.

Anthony Buckley

restrictions, trade barriers
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Videos

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What happens if you make a mistake in a customs declaration?
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Jeffrey L. Snyder

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What happens if you make a mistake in a customs declaration?
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Jeffrey L. Snyder

customs clearance
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Customs Valuation - Updated Compendium and Simplification Guidance
28min
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Anthony Buckley

valuation
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Customs Valuation - Updated Compendium and Simplification Guidance
28min
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Anthony Buckley

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EU customs law monthly updates CW 13-16
26min
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Enrika Naujokė

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EU customs law monthly updates CW 13-16
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Enrika Naujokė

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Preferential rules of origin: 3 key steps
18min
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Dr Anna Jerzewska

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Preferential rules of origin: 3 key steps
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Dr Anna Jerzewska

origin
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Courses

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CBAM & Practical Implementation in Companies
03h 31min
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Arne Mielken

€350.00
duties, taxes, import, sustainability
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CBAM & Practical Implementation in Companies
03h 31min
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Arne Mielken

€350.00
duties, taxes, import, sustainability
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Compliance and export control: structure and implementation
02h 08min
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Armin Belle

€299.00
export control, sanctions
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Compliance and export control: structure and implementation
02h 08min
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Armin Belle

€299.00
export control, sanctions
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Customs authorisations - EU AEO status in focus
01h 23min
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Anthony Buckley

€245.00
customs clearance, trusted trader, AEO
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Customs authorisations - EU AEO status in focus
01h 23min
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Anthony Buckley

€245.00
customs clearance, trusted trader, AEO
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Customs IT systems in a company
02h 42min
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Michael Tomuscheit

€377.00
IT systems, databases, customs clearance, export control, sanctions
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Customs IT systems in a company
02h 42min
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Michael Tomuscheit

€377.00
IT systems, databases, customs clearance, export control, sanctions
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Glossary

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Other legislation applied by the EU customs authorities
28-01-2024

‘Other legislation applied by the customs authorities’ means legislation other than customs legislation applicable to the goods entering, exiting, passing through the customs territory of the Union, or to be placed in the Union market, in the implementation of which the customs authorities are involved.

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Other legislation applied by the EU customs authorities
28-01-2024

‘Other legislation applied by the customs authorities’ means legislation other than customs legislation applicable to the goods entering, exiting, passing through the customs territory of the Union, or to be placed in the Union market, in the implementation of which the customs authorities are involved.

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EU Customs Data Model (EUCDM)
31-12-2023

The electronic customs declaration consists of data elements that should be harmonised worldwide so that customs can verify the data flow from the exporting country to the importing country. The World Customs Organisation has developed the WCO data model, which provides a universal language for cross-border data exchange. The EU has adopted this model for its own purposes and for trans-European use.

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EU Customs Data Model (EUCDM)
31-12-2023

The electronic customs declaration consists of data elements that should be harmonised worldwide so that customs can verify the data flow from the exporting country to the importing country. The World Customs Organisation has developed the WCO data model, which provides a universal language for cross-border data exchange. The EU has adopted this model for its own purposes and for trans-European use.

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Customs territory
31-12-2023

Uniform customs laws apply in a customs territory and there are no internal customs duties or similar taxes. A customs territory comprises territories including their territorial waters, inland waters and airspace.

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Customs territory
31-12-2023

Uniform customs laws apply in a customs territory and there are no internal customs duties or similar taxes. A customs territory comprises territories including their territorial waters, inland waters and airspace.

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Transfer pricing - EU law
12-11-2023

Transfer pricing is a rule that was designed in international taxation to establish which part of the income within a multinational enterprise needs to be allocated between two companies in the same group if they have a transaction between them. The rule, in general, is that they need to act as if they were third parties in order to establish the third-party price. Transfer pricing is important for determining the customs value of goods.

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Transfer pricing - EU law
12-11-2023

Transfer pricing is a rule that was designed in international taxation to establish which part of the income within a multinational enterprise needs to be allocated between two companies in the same group if they have a transaction between them. The rule, in general, is that they need to act as if they were third parties in order to establish the third-party price. Transfer pricing is important for determining the customs value of goods.

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