January 09, 2022
Customs valuation IS: rules and practice of using the data

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Importer’s questions: Does an importer have the possibility to learn the transaction values of identical or similar goods imported by other EU importers? How do customs apply those values at the time of customs clearance? In order to answer these questions, let’s take a look at a customs information system (IS) of an EU member state, where the customs valuation-related data are stored, and at the rules and the practice of using the data.
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What about customs trends in an economic downturn?
13-11-2022

Obviously, customs could not stay aside from all the processes related to the economic downturn, being an important element in the global supply chain. Customs regulation can significantly affect the course and results of international trade in both directions: either to aggravate problems or to contribute to their solution. What customs trends can be identified today?

Anthony Buckley

e-customs
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What about customs trends in an economic downturn?
13-11-2022

Obviously, customs could not stay aside from all the processes related to the economic downturn, being an important element in the global supply chain. Customs regulation can significantly affect the course and results of international trade in both directions: either to aggravate problems or to contribute to their solution. What customs trends can be identified today?

Anthony Buckley

e-customs
en, lt
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Michael Tomuscheit

e-customs
en, lt
Digitalisation of customs processes and the strategy of the customs department
13-11-2022

Overseeing the digitalisation of business processes is a particularly great challenge for executives responsible for customs and foreign trade - in addition to those presented by trade wars, Brexit and sanctions, which can change on a daily basis. The influence of digitalisation on production, purchasing, distribution and logistical processes relating to customs and foreign trade law demands serious change. At the same time, digitalisation offers the chance to develop efficient and future-proof solutions. But what is important to consider…?

Michael Tomuscheit

e-customs
en, lt
EU Single Window Environment for Customs (EU SWE-C)
11-09-2022

The ‘single window’ is a trade facilitation measure, allowing parties involved in trade and transport to lodge standardised information and documents with a single-entry point to fulfil all import, export, and transit-related regulatory requirements, thus reducing duplication, time, and costs.

e-customs
en, lt
EU Single Window Environment for Customs (EU SWE-C)
11-09-2022

The ‘single window’ is a trade facilitation measure, allowing parties involved in trade and transport to lodge standardised information and documents with a single-entry point to fulfil all import, export, and transit-related regulatory requirements, thus reducing duplication, time, and costs.

e-customs
en, lt
European Maritime Single Window environment (EMSWe)
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e-customs
en, lt
European Maritime Single Window environment (EMSWe)
11-09-2022

The European Maritime Single Window environment (EMSWe) aims to improve administrative procedures in maritime transport by introducing a single window for reporting formalities for ships to harmonise processes and data exchange with economic operators. Legal acts establish that the latest date for the system to be operational is no later than 15.08.2025.

e-customs
en, lt
Baltic Master case in the CJEU: once again about related persons and the use of customs valuation IS
31-07-2022

On 13.06.2022, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued a decision in the Baltic Master case (C-599/20) on two relatively unrelated issues. The first, whether customs must establish an objective legal relationship between the buyer and the seller in order to consider them as related persons. The second, whether customs can rely on the value of a single comparable transaction found on the national customs valuation information system (IS), denying the acceptance of the declared value of the goods (air conditioning units). In this article, we discuss interpretations provided by the CJEU; and we look forward for the national verdict of the Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania (SACL).

Monika Bielskienė

value of goods
en, lt
Baltic Master case in the CJEU: once again about related persons and the use of customs valuation IS
31-07-2022

On 13.06.2022, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued a decision in the Baltic Master case (C-599/20) on two relatively unrelated issues. The first, whether customs must establish an objective legal relationship between the buyer and the seller in order to consider them as related persons. The second, whether customs can rely on the value of a single comparable transaction found on the national customs valuation information system (IS), denying the acceptance of the declared value of the goods (air conditioning units). In this article, we discuss interpretations provided by the CJEU; and we look forward for the national verdict of the Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania (SACL).

Monika Bielskienė

value of goods
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