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The regulations were implemented by the European Commission to protect the metal industry in Europe against price drops after a strong rise in imports of metal products combined with a strong decrease in the export of metal products.
Regulations Not Extended
Surveillance documents are no longer needed for these products, as these regulations were not extended.
This includes the following regulations:
Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2016/670 (iron- and steel products)
The coronavirus is spreading. The center of the epidemic is still Wuhan, China, but patients with the virus have since been discovered in Japan, Germany, France, Australia. The New York Times has reported that cases in Taiwan, Germany, Japan, and Vietnam involved patients that have not visited China.
What is Covid19?
The World Health Organization states the following:
When you send a second shipment of the same product, you need to add a new certificate of origin. This can be the country it was shipped from, but that definitely isn’t always the case. Your local Chamber of Commerce can issue or certify a Certificate of Origin.
You want to expand your business and want to export your products to the Netherlands and sell them to Dutch businesses. This means you need to import your products into the Netherlands.
Importing Means Paying Tax
When you import goods into the Netherlands to sell them to your customers in the Netherlands you have to pay Value Added Tax (VAT). On most products, the VAT is 21 percent.
Just in Time for the Weekend: International Beer Day is Today!
Today is International Beer Day.
International Beer Day was created to celebrate the deliciousness that is beer, to celebrate the men and women who brew and serve beer, and to bring the world together in celebrating beer from all countries and cultures. At Customs Support Group we are all for celebrating and inclusion. And most of us like beer.
Companies that want to become Authorized Economic Operators have to meet a wide range of criteria. They have to comply with customs legislation and taxation rules, they can’t have a criminal history related to their business, they need to keep appropriate records and be financially solvent. Their processes and documents are audited and approved by their local Customs Authority before they can become AEO Certified.
Important news for companies exporting products to Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization (SASO) has announced that the new regulations for plastic packaging that were going into effect February 1st have been postponed until September 2019.