EU Customs Practice Group - May 2013


In This Issue:


- UCC – provisional agreement


- Update on duty suspensions/tariff quotas

- Proposal on suspensions for flat screens

- Impact study of EU Suspensions Scheme

- EU Market Access Regulation – exclusions

- GSP – South Sudan and Netherlands Antilles

- GSP – Burma/Myanmar

- GSP – Bangladesh

- FTA Update


- Classification Regulations

- Nomenclature Committee developments


- Origin Committee developments

- EU-Peru FTA – origin rule derogations


- Croatia Neum Corridor Regulation

- AEO self-assessment questionnaire

- Customs enforcement of IPRs

- EU Seaports 2030 Initiative

Excerpt from UCC – provisional agreement:

On 29 May 2013, the European Parliament’s (EP’s) Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) Committee endorsed the compromise text on the EU’s Union Customs Code (UCC) agreed with the Council in recent trilogue meetings. The EP must still vote on the text in its Plenary Session before it can be adopted and enter into effect...

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