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Tinkamas importo akcizų administratorius teismų praktikos vertinimu: VMI ar muitinė?
04-09-2021

Praktikoje kartas nuo karto kyla klausimai kas yra tinkamas importo akcizo mokesčio administratorius – muitinė ar Valstybinė mokesčių inspekcija (VMI) ir kuriais atvejais? Tai ypač aktualu tais atvejais, kai importuotos akcizais apmokestinamos prekės vėliau buvo perdirbtos ir eksportuotos, kas, savo ruožtu, sudaro pagrindą svarstyti klausimą atleisti jas nuo akcizo mokesčio. Akivaizdu, jog praktiniu požiūriu itin svarbu žinoti, kuris mokesčio administratorius – muitinė ar VMI - turėtų spręsti tokį klausimą ir kokia tvarka (procedūra) bei kuomet? Straipsnyje, remiantis naujausia Lietuvos vyriausiojo administracinio praktika bei išaiškinimais, aptariami minėti probleminiai aspektai bei pateikiami atsakymai į nurodytus klausimus.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

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Tinkamas importo akcizų administratorius teismų praktikos vertinimu: VMI ar muitinė?
04-09-2021

Praktikoje kartas nuo karto kyla klausimai kas yra tinkamas importo akcizo mokesčio administratorius – muitinė ar Valstybinė mokesčių inspekcija (VMI) ir kuriais atvejais? Tai ypač aktualu tais atvejais, kai importuotos akcizais apmokestinamos prekės vėliau buvo perdirbtos ir eksportuotos, kas, savo ruožtu, sudaro pagrindą svarstyti klausimą atleisti jas nuo akcizo mokesčio. Akivaizdu, jog praktiniu požiūriu itin svarbu žinoti, kuris mokesčio administratorius – muitinė ar VMI - turėtų spręsti tokį klausimą ir kokia tvarka (procedūra) bei kuomet? Straipsnyje, remiantis naujausia Lietuvos vyriausiojo administracinio praktika bei išaiškinimais, aptariami minėti probleminiai aspektai bei pateikiami atsakymai į nurodytus klausimus.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

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en, lt
Customs duty in the EU
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Antidumping: the "lesser duty" pitfalls
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Tariff quotas: find information in TARIC
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Tariff-rate quotas for steel products: peculiarities of the application
30-06-2021

Editorial word. This month, the European Commission published a regulation that prolonged the application of safeguard measures against imports of certain steel products. Ingrida Beliokienė, the chief specialist of the Tariffs Division of the Customs Department under the Ministry of Finance (Lithuania), kindly agreed to share information about the peculiarities of the use of these measures.

Ingrida Beliokienė

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Tariff-rate quotas for steel products: peculiarities of the application
30-06-2021

Editorial word. This month, the European Commission published a regulation that prolonged the application of safeguard measures against imports of certain steel products. Ingrida Beliokienė, the chief specialist of the Tariffs Division of the Customs Department under the Ministry of Finance (Lithuania), kindly agreed to share information about the peculiarities of the use of these measures.

Ingrida Beliokienė

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First-come, first-served tariff quotas: what business needs to know
30-06-2021

The use of tariff quotas is an important topic for many EU importers, and its relevance is not diminishing. Let’s take a look at the questions that businesses raise about tariff quotas and what is important to pay attention to.

Ingrida Beliokienė

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First-come, first-served tariff quotas: what business needs to know
30-06-2021

The use of tariff quotas is an important topic for many EU importers, and its relevance is not diminishing. Let’s take a look at the questions that businesses raise about tariff quotas and what is important to pay attention to.

Ingrida Beliokienė

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en, lt
Place of origin of import VAT obligation (temporary admission)
19-06-2021

Place of origin of import VAT obligation - the final destination of the goods entering the territory of the Union or entering the economic circulation of the Union? This question was further explored and answered by the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Evelina Šliogerė

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Place of origin of import VAT obligation (temporary admission)
19-06-2021

Place of origin of import VAT obligation - the final destination of the goods entering the territory of the Union or entering the economic circulation of the Union? This question was further explored and answered by the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Evelina Šliogerė

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en
A chance for businesses to reduce their post-Brexit customs duty bill – UK tariff suspensions
22-05-2021

Exactly a year following the publication of the UK’s Global Tariff, the UK government announced on 20 May 2021 that the UK will launch its own tariff suspension scheme, tailored to the needs of UK businesses. This means legible goods will benefit from paying no customs duties upon import into the UK. As a UK business paying customs duties currently, this is a window of opportunity to apply for a tariff suspension to reduce your future customs duty bill. What does this mean in practice, and who can apply for this benefit?

Jessica Yang

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A chance for businesses to reduce their post-Brexit customs duty bill – UK tariff suspensions
22-05-2021

Exactly a year following the publication of the UK’s Global Tariff, the UK government announced on 20 May 2021 that the UK will launch its own tariff suspension scheme, tailored to the needs of UK businesses. This means legible goods will benefit from paying no customs duties upon import into the UK. As a UK business paying customs duties currently, this is a window of opportunity to apply for a tariff suspension to reduce your future customs duty bill. What does this mean in practice, and who can apply for this benefit?

Jessica Yang

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Mokesčių mokėjimo muitinėje taisyklės
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Muitinei teikiamos mokesčių sumokėjimo
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Muitinei teikiamos mokesčių sumokėjimo garantijos
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Mexican tariff code: the fifth pair of digits
10-04-2021

In the Mexican United States, the tariff code is found in the law called “Ley de los Impuestos Generales de Importación y de Exportación” (“Law of General Import and Export Taxes”). The law had significant modifications recently, which were published on July 1st, 2020 to come into effect on December 28th of the same year.

Coral Rocha

classification, restrictions and prohibitions
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Mexican tariff code: the fifth pair of digits
10-04-2021

In the Mexican United States, the tariff code is found in the law called “Ley de los Impuestos Generales de Importación y de Exportación” (“Law of General Import and Export Taxes”). The law had significant modifications recently, which were published on July 1st, 2020 to come into effect on December 28th of the same year.

Coral Rocha

classification, restrictions and prohibitions
en
The concept of a customs debtor and the case-law in Lithuania
25-03-2021

In tax disputes with customs authorities, the question often arises as to whether a person in respect of whom a customs debt is calculated can be regarded as a customs debtor. This issue is particularly evident in cases where the person concerned did not import the taxable goods himself, but only indirectly or directly contributed to their importation. While in the European Union (EU) such issues are mainly regulated and covered by the Union Customs Code, in practice the implementation of EU customs law differs in various EU Member States, which sometimes even adopt their own national laws in this area. With this in mind, the article discusses the latest practice in Lithuania and the position of its national courts whether such an expansive interpretation of the concept of customs debtor is possible and in which cases.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

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The concept of a customs debtor and the case-law in Lithuania
25-03-2021

In tax disputes with customs authorities, the question often arises as to whether a person in respect of whom a customs debt is calculated can be regarded as a customs debtor. This issue is particularly evident in cases where the person concerned did not import the taxable goods himself, but only indirectly or directly contributed to their importation. While in the European Union (EU) such issues are mainly regulated and covered by the Union Customs Code, in practice the implementation of EU customs law differs in various EU Member States, which sometimes even adopt their own national laws in this area. With this in mind, the article discusses the latest practice in Lithuania and the position of its national courts whether such an expansive interpretation of the concept of customs debtor is possible and in which cases.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

taxes
en
Cases of repayment of import duties (EU and UK)
18-03-2021

Reader's question. Is it possible to recover import duties if the imported goods are exported? For example, a Lithuanian company imports goods from China (releases them into free circulation). After a few months, it happens that unchanged goods are sold and exported to a company in Switzerland. In such a case, could the Lithuanian company apply for a refund of import duties? Because the goods were exported and the company itself, if it had foreseen that such a situation would arise, would not have released the goods for free circulation but would have placed them in a customs warehouse. We also operate in the UK, what would be the rules there in a similar situation?

Enrika Naujokė

export, import, taxes
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Cases of repayment of import duties (EU and UK)
18-03-2021

Reader's question. Is it possible to recover import duties if the imported goods are exported? For example, a Lithuanian company imports goods from China (releases them into free circulation). After a few months, it happens that unchanged goods are sold and exported to a company in Switzerland. In such a case, could the Lithuanian company apply for a refund of import duties? Because the goods were exported and the company itself, if it had foreseen that such a situation would arise, would not have released the goods for free circulation but would have placed them in a customs warehouse. We also operate in the UK, what would be the rules there in a similar situation?

Enrika Naujokė

export, import, taxes
lt
Importo mokesčių grąžinimo atvejai
06-03-2021

Ar yra galimybė susigrąžinti importo mokesčius, jeigu importuota prekė yra eksportuojama? Pavyzdžiui, Lietuvos įmonė importuoja prekes iš Kinijos (išleidžia į laisvą apyvartą). Po kelių mėnesių susiklosto taip, kad parduoda jas (niekaip nepakeistas) įmonei Šveicarijoje ir eksportuoja. Ar tokiu atveju Lietuvos įmonė galėtų kreiptis dėl importo mokesčių sugrąžinimo? Nes prekės buvo eksportuotos, o pati įmonė, jeigu būtų numačiusi iš anksto, kad susiklostys tokia situacija, būtų neišleidusi prekių į laisvą apyvartą, o padėjusi jas į muitinės sandėlį.

Muita UAB

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lt
Importo mokesčių grąžinimo atvejai
06-03-2021

Ar yra galimybė susigrąžinti importo mokesčius, jeigu importuota prekė yra eksportuojama? Pavyzdžiui, Lietuvos įmonė importuoja prekes iš Kinijos (išleidžia į laisvą apyvartą). Po kelių mėnesių susiklosto taip, kad parduoda jas (niekaip nepakeistas) įmonei Šveicarijoje ir eksportuoja. Ar tokiu atveju Lietuvos įmonė galėtų kreiptis dėl importo mokesčių sugrąžinimo? Nes prekės buvo eksportuotos, o pati įmonė, jeigu būtų numačiusi iš anksto, kad susiklostys tokia situacija, būtų neišleidusi prekių į laisvą apyvartą, o padėjusi jas į muitinės sandėlį.

Muita UAB

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lt
Muitinės skolininko sąvokos plečiamasis aiškinimas ir jo vertinimas Lietuvos teismų praktikoje
27-02-2021

Mokestinių ginčų su muitine praktikoje ir muitinės atliekamų patikrinimų metu dažnai kyla klausimas ar asmuo, kurio atžvilgiu yra apskaičiuojama skola muitinei arba atliekamas patikrinimas, iš viso gali būti laikomas muitinės skolininku. Šis klausimas ypač akivaizdus tais atvejais, kai konkretus asmuo pats apmokestinamų prekių neimportavo (fiziškai nevežė, negabeno), tačiau tik galimai netiesiogiai arba tiesiogiai prisidėjo prie jų įvežimo bei klaidingos informacijos apie prekes pateikimo muitinei (muitinės deklaracijose). Atsižvelgiant į tai, šiame straipsnyje, aptariant naujausią (2021 m.) Lietuvos vyriausiojo administracinio teismo praktiką, nagrinėjame ir aptariame kaip turėtų būti aiškinama muitinės skolininko sąvoka ir ar galimas (bei kada) jos plečiamasis aiškinimas.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

taxes
lt
Muitinės skolininko sąvokos plečiamasis aiškinimas ir jo vertinimas Lietuvos teismų praktikoje
27-02-2021

Mokestinių ginčų su muitine praktikoje ir muitinės atliekamų patikrinimų metu dažnai kyla klausimas ar asmuo, kurio atžvilgiu yra apskaičiuojama skola muitinei arba atliekamas patikrinimas, iš viso gali būti laikomas muitinės skolininku. Šis klausimas ypač akivaizdus tais atvejais, kai konkretus asmuo pats apmokestinamų prekių neimportavo (fiziškai nevežė, negabeno), tačiau tik galimai netiesiogiai arba tiesiogiai prisidėjo prie jų įvežimo bei klaidingos informacijos apie prekes pateikimo muitinei (muitinės deklaracijose). Atsižvelgiant į tai, šiame straipsnyje, aptariant naujausią (2021 m.) Lietuvos vyriausiojo administracinio teismo praktiką, nagrinėjame ir aptariame kaip turėtų būti aiškinama muitinės skolininko sąvoka ir ar galimas (bei kada) jos plečiamasis aiškinimas.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

taxes
en
Import a car from UK to Ireland
25-02-2021

Importing a car from the UK has always seemed attractive as there is a much bigger choice than in Ireland, prices are very competitive, and anyone could travel freely to make their purchase. The currency exchange rate can also be favourable to Irish buyers. But importing a car from the UK has become more complicated in 2021 post Brexit. Here is an overview of the requirements for imports of cars to the Republic of Ireland from Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Kieran Gleeson

import, taxes
en
Import a car from UK to Ireland
25-02-2021

Importing a car from the UK has always seemed attractive as there is a much bigger choice than in Ireland, prices are very competitive, and anyone could travel freely to make their purchase. The currency exchange rate can also be favourable to Irish buyers. But importing a car from the UK has become more complicated in 2021 post Brexit. Here is an overview of the requirements for imports of cars to the Republic of Ireland from Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Kieran Gleeson

import, taxes
en, lt, ru
EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: returned goods relief vs preferential origin
13-02-2021

European Commission released Guidance on preferential treatment, origin and customs procedures to assist EU businesses importing from and exporting to the UK. One of the questions clarified: “Goods originating in the EU are exported to the UK and released for free circulation there. They are not transformed. Can they come back to the EU without paying duties?”. The only suggestion is to customs clear them as returned goods. Does the same principle apply to all EU FTAs? What are the requirements for returned goods to claim “zero duty”? What about “zero VAT”? Other requirements like Sanitary and Phyto-Sanitary?

Enrika Naujokė

origin of goods, taxes
en, lt, ru
EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: returned goods relief vs preferential origin
13-02-2021

European Commission released Guidance on preferential treatment, origin and customs procedures to assist EU businesses importing from and exporting to the UK. One of the questions clarified: “Goods originating in the EU are exported to the UK and released for free circulation there. They are not transformed. Can they come back to the EU without paying duties?”. The only suggestion is to customs clear them as returned goods. Does the same principle apply to all EU FTAs? What are the requirements for returned goods to claim “zero duty”? What about “zero VAT”? Other requirements like Sanitary and Phyto-Sanitary?

Enrika Naujokė

origin of goods, taxes
en
Application of customs duties to the international trade between the EU and Russian Federation: lessons from the practice of recent WTO disputes
28-01-2021

At present, the Russian Federation is the third most important trading partner for the European Union (EU) in terms of international trade in goods and the EU is the most important trading partner for the Russian Federation. In addition, starting from 2012, the Russian Federation is also a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), so its trade relations with the EU are also governed by the WTO law. Taking into account the fact that customs duties, especially trade defence duties, have a significant practical impact on the volume of international trade between the EU and the Russian Federation and on international trade business, this article discusses the legal issues of their application and possible solutions, based on the recent WTO trade dispute settlement practice.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

taxes
en
Application of customs duties to the international trade between the EU and Russian Federation: lessons from the practice of recent WTO disputes
28-01-2021

At present, the Russian Federation is the third most important trading partner for the European Union (EU) in terms of international trade in goods and the EU is the most important trading partner for the Russian Federation. In addition, starting from 2012, the Russian Federation is also a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), so its trade relations with the EU are also governed by the WTO law. Taking into account the fact that customs duties, especially trade defence duties, have a significant practical impact on the volume of international trade between the EU and the Russian Federation and on international trade business, this article discusses the legal issues of their application and possible solutions, based on the recent WTO trade dispute settlement practice.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

taxes
en
Rules of origin: the case of the Irish bread industry (EU-UK trade)
27-01-2021

After months of wrangling the EU and the UK agreed upon the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) on the 24th of December 2020. This trade agreement came as a huge relief to most traders and businesses who have exposure to the EU/UK supply chain. However, it was not long before this ‘Christmas present’ revealed some very significant conditions that invalidated many of the benefits that most thought the TCA presented. For Customs and trade professionals, this would have been anticipated to some extent, but to regular business owners who had come to rely on the frictionless trade that the EU’s Customs Union and single market facilitated, these conditions came as a very unwelcome shock.

Dr. David Savage

origin of goods, taxes
en
Rules of origin: the case of the Irish bread industry (EU-UK trade)
27-01-2021

After months of wrangling the EU and the UK agreed upon the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) on the 24th of December 2020. This trade agreement came as a huge relief to most traders and businesses who have exposure to the EU/UK supply chain. However, it was not long before this ‘Christmas present’ revealed some very significant conditions that invalidated many of the benefits that most thought the TCA presented. For Customs and trade professionals, this would have been anticipated to some extent, but to regular business owners who had come to rely on the frictionless trade that the EU’s Customs Union and single market facilitated, these conditions came as a very unwelcome shock.

Dr. David Savage

origin of goods, taxes
en, lt, ru
Import taxes
16-01-2021

“Import taxes” - the term is used to define the totality of customs-administered taxes (taxes paid to customs administrations/ authorities) applied in the EU, which, in accordance with the national legislation of the EU and EU Member States, are levied on imports of goods, including customs duties, import VAT and excise duties.

taxes
en, lt, ru
Import taxes
16-01-2021

“Import taxes” - the term is used to define the totality of customs-administered taxes (taxes paid to customs administrations/ authorities) applied in the EU, which, in accordance with the national legislation of the EU and EU Member States, are levied on imports of goods, including customs duties, import VAT and excise duties.

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