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The "dark art" of classification (challenging a BTI ruling)
15-05-2022

The area of classification is often seen as a dark art and impenetrable to most people. This is of course untrue, but it does require experience and repeated and frequent exposure in order to operate confidently and competently within this discipline. In March 2021, an article reporting on the deliberations of the Irish Tax Appeals Commission regarding a tariff classification dispute between the Irish Revenue Commissioners and a medical technology company appeared in an Irish daily newspaper. As a customs consultant and a former civil servant with a particular interest in tariff classification, my attention was immediately piqued.

Dr David Savage

classification
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The "dark art" of classification (challenging a BTI ruling)
15-05-2022

The area of classification is often seen as a dark art and impenetrable to most people. This is of course untrue, but it does require experience and repeated and frequent exposure in order to operate confidently and competently within this discipline. In March 2021, an article reporting on the deliberations of the Irish Tax Appeals Commission regarding a tariff classification dispute between the Irish Revenue Commissioners and a medical technology company appeared in an Irish daily newspaper. As a customs consultant and a former civil servant with a particular interest in tariff classification, my attention was immediately piqued.

Dr David Savage

classification
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Northern Ireland: a case study on import-export customs formalities
25-09-2021

The case study is about a company, which brings in a lot of equipment and manufactures some equipment in Northern Ireland (which is in a unique situation as it has become part of two customs territories this year - the UK and the EU) and then exports 95% of its products again. What does the company need to do to engage in the new customs environment between GB, Northern Ireland and the EU?

Simon Ballentine

customs clearance, export, import
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Northern Ireland: a case study on import-export customs formalities
25-09-2021

The case study is about a company, which brings in a lot of equipment and manufactures some equipment in Northern Ireland (which is in a unique situation as it has become part of two customs territories this year - the UK and the EU) and then exports 95% of its products again. What does the company need to do to engage in the new customs environment between GB, Northern Ireland and the EU?

Simon Ballentine

customs clearance, export, import
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On some complex customs topics aftermath of Brexit
10-07-2021

“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.

Anthony Buckley

sources of knowledge
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On some complex customs topics aftermath of Brexit
10-07-2021

“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.

Anthony Buckley

sources of knowledge
en
After Brexit – the new trading reality in Ireland
27-04-2021

It has often been said that a cast-iron rule of international trade is that we tend to trade most with the countries in our immediate vicinity. This is very much true of Ireland’s trading relationship with the United Kingdom. This article looks at some of the main aspects of the new trading environment that Irish companies have to contend with.

Dr David Savage

customs clearance
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After Brexit – the new trading reality in Ireland
27-04-2021

It has often been said that a cast-iron rule of international trade is that we tend to trade most with the countries in our immediate vicinity. This is very much true of Ireland’s trading relationship with the United Kingdom. This article looks at some of the main aspects of the new trading environment that Irish companies have to contend with.

Dr David Savage

customs clearance
en
Import a car from UK to Ireland
25-02-2021

Importing a car from the UK has always seemed attractive as there is a much bigger choice than in Ireland, prices are very competitive, and anyone could travel freely to make their purchase. The currency exchange rate can also be favourable to Irish buyers. But importing a car from the UK has become more complicated in 2021 post Brexit. Here is an overview of the requirements for imports of cars to the Republic of Ireland from Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Kieran Gleeson

import, taxes
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Import a car from UK to Ireland
25-02-2021

Importing a car from the UK has always seemed attractive as there is a much bigger choice than in Ireland, prices are very competitive, and anyone could travel freely to make their purchase. The currency exchange rate can also be favourable to Irish buyers. But importing a car from the UK has become more complicated in 2021 post Brexit. Here is an overview of the requirements for imports of cars to the Republic of Ireland from Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Kieran Gleeson

import, taxes
en
Rules of origin: the case of the Irish bread industry (EU-UK trade)
27-01-2021

After months of wrangling the EU and the UK agreed upon the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) on the 24th of December 2020. This trade agreement came as a huge relief to most traders and businesses who have exposure to the EU/UK supply chain. However, it was not long before this ‘Christmas present’ revealed some very significant conditions that invalidated many of the benefits that most thought the TCA presented. For Customs and trade professionals, this would have been anticipated to some extent, but to regular business owners who had come to rely on the frictionless trade that the EU’s Customs Union and single market facilitated, these conditions came as a very unwelcome shock.

Dr David Savage

origin of goods, taxes
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Rules of origin: the case of the Irish bread industry (EU-UK trade)
27-01-2021

After months of wrangling the EU and the UK agreed upon the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) on the 24th of December 2020. This trade agreement came as a huge relief to most traders and businesses who have exposure to the EU/UK supply chain. However, it was not long before this ‘Christmas present’ revealed some very significant conditions that invalidated many of the benefits that most thought the TCA presented. For Customs and trade professionals, this would have been anticipated to some extent, but to regular business owners who had come to rely on the frictionless trade that the EU’s Customs Union and single market facilitated, these conditions came as a very unwelcome shock.

Dr David Savage

origin of goods, taxes
en
Interview with a customs chemist from Ireland
22-09-2020

Dr. David Savage joined the Irish State Laboratory, where he worked in the Customs and Excise Section from 2003 to 2018. During this time, he supported the Irish Customs authority process BTI applications and validated the tariff classification of goods subject to audit in addition to other duties. David also represented Ireland at the Customs Code Committee. Now he works for a Customs and International trade consultancy in Dublin. In the interview, we talk about the tariff classification of goods, Brexit, SMEs and customs knowledge, and other topics.

Anna Gayk

classification, sources of knowledge
en
Interview with a customs chemist from Ireland
22-09-2020

Dr. David Savage joined the Irish State Laboratory, where he worked in the Customs and Excise Section from 2003 to 2018. During this time, he supported the Irish Customs authority process BTI applications and validated the tariff classification of goods subject to audit in addition to other duties. David also represented Ireland at the Customs Code Committee. Now he works for a Customs and International trade consultancy in Dublin. In the interview, we talk about the tariff classification of goods, Brexit, SMEs and customs knowledge, and other topics.

Anna Gayk

classification, sources of knowledge
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Brexit and Northern Ireland
25-05-2020

In these extraordinary days where the emergence of the COVID-19 virus has effectively closed down large parts of the world economy, Brexit, the issue that dominated the news cycle in 2019 continues to play out albeit under the radar. In this article, the story is recounted of how the UK left the EU. In addition, the article explains why the Northern Ireland question is such a sensitive topic in the context of Brexit and why it remains a major impediment to the UK and EU agreeing a Free Trade Agreement.

Dr David Savage

trade policy
en, lt
Brexit and Northern Ireland
25-05-2020

In these extraordinary days where the emergence of the COVID-19 virus has effectively closed down large parts of the world economy, Brexit, the issue that dominated the news cycle in 2019 continues to play out albeit under the radar. In this article, the story is recounted of how the UK left the EU. In addition, the article explains why the Northern Ireland question is such a sensitive topic in the context of Brexit and why it remains a major impediment to the UK and EU agreeing a Free Trade Agreement.

Dr David Savage

trade policy
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