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Brexit Update: Goods Movement and the Ireland-UK Sea Border
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Brexit: Goods Movement & UK Sea Border

As we wrote in the Brexit Update earlier this week, there is still a lot unclear about what businesses will face post-Brexit.

Brexit Update: Brexit is Near. Negotiations to Start.
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Brexit is Near. Negotiations to Start.

January 31st is getting closer. At 11:00 pm the United Kingdom will be leaving the European Union. Will Big Ben chime in celebration of Brexit?

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Binding Tariff Information: What Is It?

A Binding Tariff Information (BTI) decision is a written tariff classification of your goods. It’s not a legal requirement, but it provides assurance that your goods have...

Acquisition of Vandevyver BVBA increases service and presence in Belgium
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Acquisition of Vandevyver BVBA increases service & presence in Belgium

Announcement of acquisition Vandevyver BVBA

What Is Customs Transit?
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What is Customs Transit?

Customs transit is the procedure that allows you to move goods between two points in a customs territory, or between territories without paying tariffs and taxes at each...

Acquistion of Kunow Group strengthens presence in Europe
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Acquisition of Kunow Group strengthens presence in Europe

Announcement of acquisition Kunow

Brexit Update: UK Parliament Approves Brexit and Lines Drawn for Negotiations
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Brexit Update: UK Parliament approves Brexit and negotiations start

Things are finally moving on the Brexit front. Negotiations have started and the House of Commons has officially voted in favor of the Brexit-deal Boris Johnson closed...

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Incoterms 2020 now in effect – What are the main changes?

Since the new version of the Incoterms was released at the end of last year, companies could use the new terms. As it is officially 2020, the new Incoterms 2020 are now...

Trade Deals Across the World: January Edition
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Trade Deals Across the World: January Edition

After a bit of pushback at the start of the month by Mexico, and the same from Canada at an earlier stage, the USMCA trade deal was finally approved by all countries.