May 17, 2021
Global Trade and Customs Journal for practitioners around the world

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Global Trade and Customs Journal (GTCJ) is a journal for practitioners around the world. It started 16 years ago. How was the idea born? What are the main topics covered in the GTCJ? What are the most challenging and rewarding aspects of being on the editorial board of the Journal? The general editor Jeffrey L. Snyder kindly agreed to answer these and other interview questions.

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Favourite article on customs and tips for writing an article
18-09-2021

What is your favourite article on customs? What advice would you give to the author writing the first practical (non-academic) article? In this overview, you will learn the views shared during the 7th Authors’ Meeting, which took place on 26 August 2021.

Customs Practitioners Association

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Favourite article on customs and tips for writing an article
18-09-2021

What is your favourite article on customs? What advice would you give to the author writing the first practical (non-academic) article? In this overview, you will learn the views shared during the 7th Authors’ Meeting, which took place on 26 August 2021.

Customs Practitioners Association

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Overview of the 4th Conference of Customs Practitioners
04-09-2021

The best way to consolidate knowledge is repetition. Especially when one day of the conference is so rich in knowledge that, as one participant in the conference joked, “it doesn't fit in your head anymore.” So, we invite you to recall the topics and some of their aspects discussed at the 4th Customs Practitioners Conference in June. We also provide links to the conference records available for purchase (members of the Customs Practitioners Association are free of charge, see the benefits and conditions of membership) [1] and articles published by some speakers after the conference. Please note that the Customs Practitioners Association is preparing for the 5th Customs Practitioners Conference, which will take place on 2 December in Kaunas and online. We invite you to propose topics, raise questions and, of course, participate! More information will be published soon in www.lcpa.lt, contacts: info@lcpa.lt

Customs Practitioners Association

sources of knowledge
en, lt, ru
Overview of the 4th Conference of Customs Practitioners
04-09-2021

The best way to consolidate knowledge is repetition. Especially when one day of the conference is so rich in knowledge that, as one participant in the conference joked, “it doesn't fit in your head anymore.” So, we invite you to recall the topics and some of their aspects discussed at the 4th Customs Practitioners Conference in June. We also provide links to the conference records available for purchase (members of the Customs Practitioners Association are free of charge, see the benefits and conditions of membership) [1] and articles published by some speakers after the conference. Please note that the Customs Practitioners Association is preparing for the 5th Customs Practitioners Conference, which will take place on 2 December in Kaunas and online. We invite you to propose topics, raise questions and, of course, participate! More information will be published soon in www.lcpa.lt, contacts: info@lcpa.lt

Customs Practitioners Association

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Acquiring customs competence: What is the process?
24-08-2021

The removal of the World’s 5th largest economy (the UK) from the EU Single Market faced all European countries with an unprecedented challenge – to rapidly develop business understanding and expert competence in customs, trade and international regulation – in an environment where the progressive liberalisation of trade had effectively depleted customs expertise over a period of 50 years. Brexit also presents us with a unique opportunity to address some key questions in training.

Anthony Buckley

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Acquiring customs competence: What is the process?
24-08-2021

The removal of the World’s 5th largest economy (the UK) from the EU Single Market faced all European countries with an unprecedented challenge – to rapidly develop business understanding and expert competence in customs, trade and international regulation – in an environment where the progressive liberalisation of trade had effectively depleted customs expertise over a period of 50 years. Brexit also presents us with a unique opportunity to address some key questions in training.

Anthony Buckley

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Karjeros galimybės ieškantiems darbo ir savo svajonių profesijos!
23-07-2021

Ne paslaptis jog pandemijos laikotarpis stipriniai pakeitė ir pakoregavo daugelio iš mūsų gyvenimus bei kasdienybę, kasdienę rutiną apvertė aukštyn kojomis. Dalis šalies gyventojų prarado darbus ir buvo priversti ieškoti naujų karjeros galimybių. Smagu tai, jog žmonės nebijo net didžiausių pokyčių. Praradę darbus yra pasiryžę iš naujo mokytis ir kardinaliai pakeisti darbo pobūdį bei profesiją.

Customs Practitioners Association

sources of knowledge
lt
Karjeros galimybės ieškantiems darbo ir savo svajonių profesijos!
23-07-2021

Ne paslaptis jog pandemijos laikotarpis stipriniai pakeitė ir pakoregavo daugelio iš mūsų gyvenimus bei kasdienybę, kasdienę rutiną apvertė aukštyn kojomis. Dalis šalies gyventojų prarado darbus ir buvo priversti ieškoti naujų karjeros galimybių. Smagu tai, jog žmonės nebijo net didžiausių pokyčių. Praradę darbus yra pasiryžę iš naujo mokytis ir kardinaliai pakeisti darbo pobūdį bei profesiją.

Customs Practitioners Association

sources of knowledge
en
A customs topic or not? What is the most complex customs topic?
12-07-2021

“A customs topic or not? What is the most complex customs topic?” - a discussion took place during the 6th Authors’ Meeting. The views were shared on many aspects of customs: the so-called “Trump tariffs”, non-customs regulations, border crossing e-commerce, new VAT regulations in the UK and EU, quality of master data, the complexity of training of a specialist in customs, and more.

Customs Practitioners Association

sources of knowledge
en
A customs topic or not? What is the most complex customs topic?
12-07-2021

“A customs topic or not? What is the most complex customs topic?” - a discussion took place during the 6th Authors’ Meeting. The views were shared on many aspects of customs: the so-called “Trump tariffs”, non-customs regulations, border crossing e-commerce, new VAT regulations in the UK and EU, quality of master data, the complexity of training of a specialist in customs, and more.

Customs Practitioners Association

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