In This Issue:
EU CUSTOMS POLICY:
- MCC recast/UCC
- 2012 revision of the Electronic Customs Multi-Annual Strategic Plan
- Council Conclusions on the Progress on the Strategy for the Evolution of the Customs Union
- Council endorses Strategy for future customs law enforcement cooperation
- Commission Communication on the State of the Customs Union
- Update on duty suspensions/tariff quotas
- EU GSP – product graduation, beneficiary countries, GSP Plus procedures
- Duty-free imports for victims of Italian earthquakes
- FTA update
- Classification Regulations
- CNEN amendments for skin care products and vegetable extracts
- HS Developments – BTI communication
- Nomenclature Committee
- Origin Committee
- CCIP Amendments for Community status and transit
- EU Council endorses EU Customs Action Plan to combat IPR infringements
- Commission proposes new framework for “retaliatory” trade rules
- Commission publishes new rules for the management of textile quotas for 2013
-Excerpt from MCC recast/UCC:
On 18 December 2012, the European Parliament (EP)’s Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) Committee adopted a report proposing numerous amendments to the Commission’s proposal for the Modernized Customs Code (MCC) recast/Union Customs Code (UCC). The agreed text will form the EP’s negotiating position in the trilogue discussions with the Council and the European Commission.
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Topics: Classification, Customs, Duty Free, EU, European Commission, Free Trade Agreement, Imports, Origin, Tariffs, UCC
Published In: General Business Updates, International Trade Updates, Tax Updates
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