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spalio 30, 2020
Elektrinių dviračių importo atvejis: muitas, antidempingo ir kompensacinis muitas

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Skaitytojo klausimas: Ar gali būti tai pačiai prekei vienu metu taikomi antidempingo ir kompensaciniai muitai? Atsakydami į klausimą pateikiame praktinį elektrinių dviračių importo iš Kinijos pavyzdį ir apžvelgiame prekybos politikos apsaugos - antidempingo, kompensacines (antisubsidines) ir rinkos apsaugos (protekcines) - priemones.

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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

trade defence duties
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

trade defence duties
lt
Antidempingo muitus nustatančių ES reglamentų ginčijimo sąlygos
28-11-2020

Šiame straipsnyje, remiantis Lietuvos vyriausiojo administracinio teismo praktika, suformuota aktualioje administracinėje byloje (ginčo suma beveik 0,5 mln. Eur!), aptariamos muitinės papildomai apskaičiuotų antidempingo muitų nuginčijimo sąlygos ir jų taikymo tvarka, taip pat apžvelgiami skolos muitinei senaties terminų skaičiavimo ypatumai.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

trade defence duties
lt
Antidempingo muitus nustatančių ES reglamentų ginčijimo sąlygos
28-11-2020

Šiame straipsnyje, remiantis Lietuvos vyriausiojo administracinio teismo praktika, suformuota aktualioje administracinėje byloje (ginčo suma beveik 0,5 mln. Eur!), aptariamos muitinės papildomai apskaičiuotų antidempingo muitų nuginčijimo sąlygos ir jų taikymo tvarka, taip pat apžvelgiami skolos muitinei senaties terminų skaičiavimo ypatumai.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

trade defence duties
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Antidumping: the "lesser duty" pitfalls
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trade defence duties
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Antidumping: the "lesser duty" pitfalls
29-10-2020

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trade defence duties
en, lt
Review of Anti-dumping Measures in the EU
16-09-2020

The global market and increasing competition among market participants encourage unfair trade practices. Various anti-dumping measures are in place to stop unfair trade and protect EU producers. The number of anti-dumping measures is growing every year in the EU, which ensures fair trade and reduces the formation of monopoly positions on the market. From 2019, the EU more focuses on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to protect them from unfair trade by simplifying procedures. The anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures have led to an average reduction of 80 per cent in unfair trade. This shows that the anti-dumping measures in the EU are working effectively.

Dr. Erika Besusparienė

trade defence duties
en, lt
Review of Anti-dumping Measures in the EU
16-09-2020

The global market and increasing competition among market participants encourage unfair trade practices. Various anti-dumping measures are in place to stop unfair trade and protect EU producers. The number of anti-dumping measures is growing every year in the EU, which ensures fair trade and reduces the formation of monopoly positions on the market. From 2019, the EU more focuses on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to protect them from unfair trade by simplifying procedures. The anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures have led to an average reduction of 80 per cent in unfair trade. This shows that the anti-dumping measures in the EU are working effectively.

Dr. Erika Besusparienė

trade defence duties
en
Disputes regarding legality of the EU‘s antidumping customs duties: situation and experience in the EU Member States (the Republic of Lithuania)
09-06-2020

The antidumping duties, which are often imposed to protect internal market from unfair competition of foreign goods, can reach up to 100 percent of the customs value of the goods or even more when the average rate of conventional customs duties does not exceed as much as 5 per cent. For this and other reasons, the question of the possibilities of protection of the business entities, exporter‘s and importer‘s rights as well as legitimate interests in cases of application of such duties becomes critical and the possibilities of challenging them remain very important and will be discussed in this article, by analyzing judicial practice in the tax disputes in the EU courts, and, in particular, national courts in the EU Member States, namely, the Republic of Lithuania.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

trade defence duties
en
Disputes regarding legality of the EU‘s antidumping customs duties: situation and experience in the EU Member States (the Republic of Lithuania)
09-06-2020

The antidumping duties, which are often imposed to protect internal market from unfair competition of foreign goods, can reach up to 100 percent of the customs value of the goods or even more when the average rate of conventional customs duties does not exceed as much as 5 per cent. For this and other reasons, the question of the possibilities of protection of the business entities, exporter‘s and importer‘s rights as well as legitimate interests in cases of application of such duties becomes critical and the possibilities of challenging them remain very important and will be discussed in this article, by analyzing judicial practice in the tax disputes in the EU courts, and, in particular, national courts in the EU Member States, namely, the Republic of Lithuania.

Dr. Gediminas Valantiejus

trade defence duties
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