July 10, 2021
On some complex customs topics aftermath of Brexit

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“A customs topic or not? What is the most complex customs topic?” - a discussion among authors of the CCRM journal on the topic took place in June during the 6th Authors’ Meeting. The authors of this article shared views on several challenges in Ireland and the UK aftermath of Brexit: meeting non-customs requirements in Northern Ireland and two models for processing import shipments in the ports in the UK.

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