EU Customs Practice Group - November 2012


In This Issue:


- MCC/UCC recast proposal


- Update on duty suspensions/tariff quotas

- EU preferences adopted for Pakistan

- FTA update


- Classification Regulations

- CNEN amendments for static converters and sprouts

- CN clarification of petroleum oils and seaweed

- CJEU classification judgments on composite cables and set-top boxes

- Nomenclature Committee


- Origin Committee

- CJEU judgment confirms burden of proof for origin certificates


- Amendment to CCIPs relating to biodiesel

- Regulation on export of cultural goods

- Excerpt from EU CUSTOMS POLICY: MCC/UCC recast proposal:

Work has continued in the past month within the Council and European Parliament (EP) on the MCC Recast/Union Customs Code proposal. On 5 November 2012, the Cypriot Council Presidency circulated a compromise text to the Member States amending the European Commission’s original proposal.

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