News on trade and customs developments from all over the world
We are happy to publish the latest edition of our Global Customs Newsletter. It is again a truly global edition with articles from Asia, Latin America and the EU.
Our colleagues from WTS Vietnam describe in their article the conditions and criteria under which production and processing for export under duty exemption are possible.
Various developments have taken place in China. In their article, our specialists from WTS China provide an overview of the most important ones.
France has seen a reorganisation of the customs authorities. The article from our global network member FIDAL describes the background, aims and steps of this development.
In Brazil, the duty exemption “Ex-Tarifario” has always had a major impact on the country’s development. It may nevertheless see an end this year. Background information on this is contained in the article written by the colleagues of Machado.
Our colleagues from Turanzas in Mexico report on the new obligation to issue an electronic invoice (CFDI) with consignment note in the transportation sector.
Pakistan Single Window (PSW) is a major development to facilitate cross-border shipments. PSW is the introduction of paperless communication for customs handling in Pakistan as Muzammal Rasheed from our partner firm Enfoque reports.
Paolo Dragone from WTS Italy explains the responsibility of importers in view of incorrect origin certificates. This has come about from a case at the Italian Supreme Court, as Paolo writes in his article.
Finally, we also cover export control in our newsletter. Our specialist Jim Huish from our UK partner firm FTI provides an update on the EU export control for dual-use goods.
As you, dear readers, can see, we have once again complied a great variety of topics from various countries. I hope you find this interesting!
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