EU: Customs code update; Iran sanctions and EU dual-use list

EU customs update

The European Commission on 24 November 2015 adopted implementing regulation to the Union Customs Code. It is expected that both the delegated and implementing regulation to the Union Customs Code will be published by the end of 2015.

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Read a November 2015 report prepared by the KPMG member firms in the Netherlands and Belgium: Trade & Customs News 


Other topics discussed in this KPMG report include: 

  • Iran sanctions update and EU dual-use list for export controls 
  • 2015 Global Trade management Survey 
  • The EU IUU (Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated) Regulation 
  • Authorized Economic Operators will have new advantages in China 
  • EC message for economic operators concerning autonomous tariff suspensions 
  • The planned releases for 28 and 29 November 2015 of the Dutch customs system AGS postponed due to the WCO data model 
  • The Belgian federal government decided to increase the excise duty rates due to tax shift 
  • Reduction of Belgian excise duties on natural gas as of 1 January 2016

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