EU Customs Practice Group - July 2013


In This Issue:


..Recast MCC/UCC Developments

..Customs 2020 programme endorsed


..Duty Suspensions and Tariff Quotas

..Suspension for Flat Panel Displays

..EU GSP – Burma/Myanmar

..Tariff Quotas for Colombia

..EU GSP – Bangladesh

..EU-FTA Update


..New Classification Regulations

..CNENs and Additional Note

..Nomenclature Committee



..Origin Committee Developments

..Diagonal Cumulation – updated Notices

..Origin Quotas for Colombia


..EU customs formalities for ships


..Customs Enforcement of IPRs – new

..Regulation published

..EU WTO case on Russian car recycling fee on imports

..EP concern on customs irregularities

..EU Ports added to SSTL project

- Excerpt from EU POLICY:

Recast MCC/UCC Developments -

In July, the Council’s lawyer linguists continued their legal scrubbing of the UCC compromise text agreed by the negotiators of the Council and the European Parliament (EP) in April 2013. The next step should be formal adoption in the EP Plenary in September and by the Council in October.

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