The European Parliament has voted by a large majority of 600 in favour of a reform of the statute of the Court of Justice of the European Union that could have long-term implications on the way some issues related to international trade policy are adjudicated.
The European Parliament’s internal market committee adopted its report on the European Union’s proposed customs reform with 34 votes in favour, none against and five abstentions.
This month, the Pan European Mediterranean Convention Joint Committee reached a deal on the modernisation of rules of origin underpinning trade relations of the EU and its neighbours. After over a decade of talks and negotiations the new rules will finally be implemented on 1 January 2025. This means simpler, …
The European Parliament is preparing to make its mark on the coming new European Union overhaul of its common customs code as its internal market committee and international trade committee prepare their report and opinion respectively on the project.
Companies need to get organised to make sure they can meet the EU’s new regulatory requirements at import.
This week was dominated by the EU’s trade relations with South America as the European Commission presented a new strategy for the region. But not only.
“This is the most ambitious and comprehensive reform that we proposed since the customs union was introduced in 1968,” said the European Commission’s Paolo Gentiloni on presenting new rules it is tabling to streamline EU customs to the press in Brussels.
The European Commission is preparing a new package of measures and regulations to help harmonise customs procedures across the European Union’s 27 member states.