rugpjūčio 29, 2022
Prekės kelionė žiedinėje ekonomikoje

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Redakcijos žodis. Suderinta sistema, prekės vertė, prekės kilmė - tai tik kelios su muitine susijusios sritys, kuriose būtini pokyčiai pasauliui pereinant iš tiesinės į žiedinę ekonomiką. Tiesinėje ekonomikoje gamtos išteklius sunaudojame gamybai daiktų, kurie panaudoti virsta šiukšlėmis („imk – gamink – išmesk“ modelis). Žiedinėje ekonomikoje šiukšlių (atliekų) beveik nelieka, nes produktai projektuojami taip, kad juos būtų galima naudoti pakartotinai, taisyti, perdaryti, perdirbti. Tačiau tokios ekonomikos veikimui būtinas kitoks teisinis reguliavimas, pradedant nuo atliekų apibrėžimo (pakeičiant šią savoką į „išteklius“), reikalingi jų gabenimo, naudojimo, importo ir eksporto reglamentavimo pakeitimai ir suderinimas pasauliniu lygiu.
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Karolina Semionovaitė

green transition
en, lt
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18-01-2023

‘As the importance of sustainability grows, so does the need to have a good understanding of our entire supply chain. A company's sustainability is also measured in terms of its entire supply chain, which is why choosing responsible and sustainable suppliers and partners is so important. Consider them as an extension of your company. The ecological footprint of the raw materials, products or services you buy becomes part of your company's ecological footprint.’ - says Karolina Semionovaitė, Sustainability Officer at Swedbank Lithuania, who kindly accepted the invitation to answer questions on the role of banks in the sustainability transformation.

Karolina Semionovaitė

green transition
en, lt
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green transition
en, lt
The European Green Deal: challenges and opportunities for business cooperating with customs
25-12-2022

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Dr Erika Besusparienė

green transition
en
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Rizwan Mahmood

trade policy
en
Resolving trade disputes beyond borders: the role of the WTO
21-08-2022

In international trade, the policies of the government of the trading partner such as the country of destination for exports may affect the business of a company. If a company conducting international trade believes that another member country of the World Trade Organization (WTO) is not complying with its obligations under a WTO Agreement and is creating trade barriers then what remedy is available under international trade law? Who can help a business entity in such a situation, which is beyond the jurisdiction of the home country? Is there any effective dispute resolution mechanism available under international trade law? How does it work? What are its strengths and weaknesses? What are the timelines for dispute resolution? How does it affect business environment? In this article these important aspects are explained for a better, certain, predictable, and fair international trading environment.

Rizwan Mahmood

trade policy
en
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07-08-2022

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Emilie Eriksson

trade policy
en
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07-08-2022

The National Board of Trade Sweden recently published a report entitled Trade and Climate Change – Promoting climate goals with a WTO agreement, which shows that trade policy-makers can do more to contribute to the promotion of climate goals. Customs administrations, through the World Customs Organization (WCO), have a crucial role to play, writes Emilie Eriksson, legal adviser and co-author of the report.

Emilie Eriksson

trade policy
en
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01-07-2022

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trade policy
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Supporting the green transition: challenges and way forward
01-07-2022

The WCO is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year and is taking this opportunity to look back at what it has achieved as well as at ways of responding to current challenges. One pressing issue is how to support the transition to a climate-neutral economy.

Kunio Mikuriya

trade policy
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