You need to consider the implications of selling over long distances. The kind of goods you export, the level of demand and the type of costs involved can all dictate your distribution options. Knowing customs regulations is critical in ensuring your customers receive their goods.
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Product safety standards, labeling requirements, mandatory documents and lab testing when importing and selling products in the European Union (EU). If you liked this video, please visit our page to get your free eBook: https://www.chinaimportal.com/ebook
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http://ec.europa.eu/trade/policy/ EU trade policy sets the direction for trade and investment in and out of the EU. The EU aims to play a key role in keeping markets open worldwide and helping Europe to exit from the economic crisis. EU trade policy is working to: create a global system for fair and open trade, open up markets with key partner countries, make sure others play by the rules and ensure trade is a force for sustainable development
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An introduction to the issues involved when trading with other EU countries. Free online help is available from HMRC for businesses. We run live daily one hour help sessions, called Webinars, with time given to let you ask questions. We also have half hour recorded sessions that you can watch ay any time. All you need for access is a name and an email address. Go here to see the times and topics: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/webinars/index.htm Go here to see what topics are in the recorded library: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/webinars/pre-recorded.htm HMRC is the UK’s tax, payments and customs authority. We collect the money that pays for the UK’s public services and help families and individuals with targeted financial support. Why not ask a question or share your experiences on HMRC’s Small Business Forum? You can find it here: https://online.hmrc.gov.uk/webchatprod/community/forums/list.page Follow HMRC on social media: • Twitter: https://twitter.com/HMRCgovuk/ • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HMRC/ • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hm-revenue-&-customs For help with general queries relating to any of HMRC’s products and services, talk to us on: • Twitter: https://twitter.com/HMRCcustomers/ • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HMRC/ Sign up for your Personal Tax Account. Join the millions of customers already using their online account to check and update their records and see their state pension details. It takes just 5 minutes at https://www.gov.uk/personal-tax-account
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During a transition period of 4 years the Union Customs Code (UCC) will bring a modernization in customs legislation, customs and IT infrastructure. At the same time some rules have changed from the previous Community Customs Code (CCC). These changes may have an operational and financial impact on your daily business.
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http://exporthelp.europa.eu/thdapp/in... The Export Helpdesk is an online service to inform on how to export to the European Union. It's a free and user-friendly service that provides all necessary information concerning EU import requirements, trade preferential agreements and trade statistics.
SHOTLIST Brussels, Belgium 1. Wide of airport departures terminal 2. Sign reading "Brussels airport" 3. Pan from flight schedules panel to warning sign informing of new measures 4. Close up of sign 5. Passengers getting leaflets with information 6. Various of airport worker taking make-up items from passenger and putting them in plastic bag 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jan Van der Cruysse, communications manager for Brussels airport: "Probably in the coming weeks and months, this is going to become a part of natural life when a passenger flies. They will have to live with the new rules. Passengers already knew that they would not be allowed to take scissors and knives on board an aircraft, well as from now on they will have to know that they can't take liquids onboard an aircraft and cabin." 8. Various of security official checking bags for liquids in hand baggage control 9. Airport officials checking bags of woman with baby 10. SOUNBITE: (English) Judith, passenger: "I'm breastfeeding so I didn't have any problems with milk or stuff like that. It was just the baby food, but they didn't make a lot of problems." 11. Passenger at control, bucket with bottles of water taken from passengers 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lawrence, passenger: "I think it's great to have a bit of security, a lot more than before. I think it's a good idea." 13. Airport Duty Free worker putting bottle of liquor inside plastic bag 14. Close up of sing reading: "Not to be opened until final destination reached" 15. Duty Free worker giving bag to passenger Athens, Greece 16. Wide exterior of Athens airport 17. Close up of passengers in departure lounge 18. Wide of information desk with advice for new regulations 19. Lady from info desk putting liquids into plastic bag 20. Wide of departure gate 21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Janis Paraskis, Deputy Chief Executive Officer at Athens International Airport: "Passengers are being gradually informed when arriving at the airport with different stands before they get a check-in, there is a further information by the check-in agents and before they proceed to security there is one more further check point, leaflets are available and we are very happy with the performance of the system till now, there is no delays, no queues, passengers are very helpful." 22. Wide of departure gate at airport with posters about security measures 23. Passengers putting liquid in plastic bag 24. Close up plastic bag containing liquids STORYLINE Flight passengers were restricted to taking only small only amounts of liquids on board planes as strict new security measures on hand baggage went into effect on Monday across the European Union. The new EU rules limit passengers to carrying 100 millilitres (a fifth of a pint) of liquid per container on board planes - part of regulations imposed after British police said in August that they had broken up a plot to bring down US-bound flights with liquid-based explosives. New restrictions on the size of carry-on luggage will be introduced in April. All liquids - not only water and soft drinks but also soups, creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, sprays, gels, toothpaste and shaving cream - are subject to security checks before passengers board their planes. The containers must fit into a clear re-sealable plastic bag to be presented at security checkpoints, officials said. The new rules do not affect liquids packed in checked luggage, or drinks and perfumes bought at airport shops after passengers clear security. Baby foods and medicines also are exempt but can be subject to inspection, officials said. The rules went into effect on Monday at all airports within the 25-nation EU and in Norway, Iceland and Switzerland. Keyword-- aviation - airport You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/31cf57a4946e2f3be2ac018d96349970 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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New single set of rules for companies to calculate their taxable revenues – Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) Listen to what people from academy, big and small business and civil society have to say about the proposal for reformed framework for corporate taxes in the EU. We interviewed Michael Lang (Professor of Tax Law at the Vienna University of Economics and Business - WU), Christian Lehmann (Director Corporate Tax Policy, Lufthansa), Borut Čeh (Managing Director Labena - Laboratory Equipment) and Tove Maria Ryding (Tax Coordinator at Eurodad). Want to know more about CCCTB? http://ec.europa.eu/ccctb --- The Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) is a modern, fair and competitive corporate tax framework for the EU. It is a single set of rules to calculate companies' taxable profits in the EU. With the CCCTB, cross-border companies will only have to comply with one, single EU system for computing their taxable income, rather than many different national rulebooks. The CCCTB will be mandatory for the largest groups in the EU. This will prevent companies with the greatest capacity to tax plan from avoiding taxation. More information about the European Commission's proposal on the CCCTB: http://ec.europa.eu/ccctb #FairTaxation #CCCTB
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Smart borders': enhancing mobility and security The EU is moving towards a more modern and efficient border management by using state-of-the-art technology. Today, the Commission proposed a 'smart border package' to speed-up, facilitate and reinforce border check procedures for foreigners travelling to the EU. The package consists of a Registered Traveller Programme (RTP) and an Entry/Exit System (EES) that will simplify life for frequent third country travellers at the Schengen external borders and enhance EU border security. "The use of new technologies will enable smoother and speedier border crossing for third country citizens who want to come to the EU. Our aim is to facilitate the access of foreign travellers to the EU. This will not only be in the interest of the travellers but also the European economy. It has been estimated that in 2011 alone foreign travellers made a €271 billion contribution to our economy. Modernising our systems will also lead to a higher level of security by preventing irregular border crossings and detecting those who overstay'', said Cecilia Malmström, EU Commissioner for Home Affairs. Regulation on an EU Registered Traveller Programme (RTP) A Registered Traveller Programme (RTP) will allow frequent travellers from third countries to enter the EU using simplified border checks, subject to pre-screening and vetting. It is estimated that 5 million legitimate non EU-travellers per year will make use of this new program. The RTP will make use of automated border control systems (i.e. automated gates) at major border crossing points such as airports that make use of this modern technology. As a result, border checks of Registered Travellers would be much faster than nowadays. Business travellers, workers on short term contracts, researchers and students, third country nationals with close family ties to EU citizens or living in regions bordering the EU are all likely to cross the borders several times a year. Making it as easy as possible for them to come to the EU would ensure that Europe remains an attractive destination and help boosting economic activity and job creation. Regulation on an EU Entry/Exit system An Entry/Exit System (EES) will record the time and place of entry and exit of third country nationals travelling to the EU. The system will calculate the length of the authorised short stay in an electronic way, replacing the current manual system, and issue an alert to national authorities when there is no exit record by the expiry time. In this way, the system will also be of assistance in addressing the issue of people overstaying their short term visa. The current practice used by Member States when checking a third country national wanting to cross the EU's external borders is based mainly on the stamps in the travel document. This practice is time consuming, does not provide reliable data on border crossings does not allow detecting overstaying in a workable way and cannot efficiently cope with cases of loss or destruction of the travelling documents. Moreover, today's systems will not allow the EU Member States to deal with the ever increasing pressure of travellers accessing and exiting the EU whose number, at the air borders alone, is expected to increase by 80%, from 400 million in 2009 to 720 million in 2030. Background Today's proposals follow a 2011 Communication (IP/11/1234), in which a discussion was launched between EU institutions and authorities about the implementation of new systems, in light of their added value, their technological and data protection implications, and their costs. The proposals are part of the initiative to strengthen the overall governance of the Schengen area, as announced in the Communication on Migration adopted on 4 May 2011 (IP/11/532 and MEMO/11/273). Next steps Negotiations with the European Parliament and the Council on the RTP and the EES legislative proposals will now start. After adoption of the legal texts by the co-legislators, the establishment of the systems will take place with a view to start operations in 2017 or 2018. Useful Links Cecilia Malmström's website Follow Commissioner Malmström on Twitter DG Home Affairs website Follow DG Home Affairs on Twitter Infographics on borders and visas
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The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is a free trade pact between the European Union and Canada. It reduces customs duties for a large number of products and standardizes rules to favor commercial relations between the two territories. This treaty has helped to eliminate 98% of the tariffs applied to the industry and the agricultural sector. Also, to simplify bureaucratic procedures and reduce the costs of customs processes. Recently it has completed its first year and has done so with a special mention to companies from different sectors, with a relevant export trajectory, such as Hiperbaric. More information: http://www.hiperbaric.com/en More videos: www.youtube.com/HiperbaricHPP Don't forget to follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HiperbaricHPP/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HiperbaricHPP Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Hiperbaric/
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EU "트럼프 이란 제재로부터 유럽 기업 지키자" Following his decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal, President Trump has threatened to impose sanctions against firms operating in Iran. But the EU appears to be taking a stand against that decision, possibly putting itself on a collision course with America. Won Jung-hwan explains further. U.S. President Donald Trump has vowed not only the highest level of economic sanctions on Iran,… but also threatened political and economic repercussions to those that continue do business with it. But the European Union is taking a united stand against President Trump's decision to pull out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and sanctions on Iran. The president of the European Council, Donald Tusk, told a news conference on Thursday local time that EU leaders had agreed to stay in the agreement. "As to the Iran nuclear deal, we agreed unanimously that the EU will stay in the agreement as long as Iran remains fully committed to it. Additionally the Commission was given a green light to be ready to act whenever European interests are affected. And to try and protect EU firms from the sanctions, the European Commission will start making moves on Friday morning to activate a regulation that bans European companies from complying with U.S. sanctions against Iran. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker announced the decision after EU leaders agreed on Wednesday local time to activate the so-called blocking statute,... a 1996 regulation that prohibits EU companies and courts from complying with foreign sanctions laws. As the U.S. starts to impose sanctions on key Iranian figures,… the dispute between the EU and the U.S. could possibly escalate further. Won Jung-hwan, Arirang News. Arirang News Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtvnews ------------------------------------------------------------ [Subscribe Arirang Official YouTube] ARIRANG TV: http://www.youtube.com/arirang ARIRANG RADIO: http://www.youtube.com/Music180Arirang ARIRANG NEWS: http://www.youtube.com/arirangnews ARIRANG K-POP: http://www.youtube.com/arirangworld ARIRANG ISSUE: http://www.youtube.com/arirangtoday ARIRANG CULTURE: http://www.youtube.com/arirangkorean ARIRANG FOOD & TRAVEL : http://www.youtube.com/ArirangFoodTravel ------------------------------------------------------------ [Visit Arirang TV Official Pages] Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld Homepage: http://www.arirang.com ------------------------------------------------------------ [Arirang K-Pop] YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/arirangworld Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangkpop Google+: http://plus.google.com/+arirangworld
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• European Parliament, Strasbourg, 15 January 2019 • David Coburn, Brexit MEP for Scotland, Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) group - @DavidCoburnUkip https://www.davidcoburn.co.uk/ https://www.efddgroup.eu • Debate: Establishing the InvestEU Programme - Report: José Manuel Fernandes, Roberto Gualtieri (A8-0482/2018) Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing the InvestEU Programme [COM(2018)0439 - C8-0257/2018 - 2018/0229(COD)] Committee on Budgets Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs .................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
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This video with Whiteboard animations shows what three control systems must be in place in a Non-EU country, to be able to export food of animal origin to the EU. mc produced the video for the European Commission. Learn more about mc Group: World of ideas: http://www.mcgroup.com/
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The Union Customs Code (UCC) is part of the modernisation of customs and serves as the new framework regulation on the rules and procedures for customs throughout the EU. Its substantive provisions enter into force on 1 May 2016. More info: http://europa.eu/!Rv79hN
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http://opentoexport.com/topics/getting-started/ Whether you're getting started in export or a current exporter looking to enter new markets, the requirements associated with customs, VAT & licensing can often present significant challenges. On this Open to Export webinar we seek to tackle some of the key issues frequently experienced at this stage of the export journey. Whether your challenge is understanding the export licensing process, organisations and requirements, accurately filling out the required VAT forms or how to comply with customs procedures in the destination country, our expert speakers from the Institute of Export (IOE) and HMRC will provide you with an overview to de-mystify these areas. Become part of our community and find out more about exporting abroad by visiting our website http://opentoexport.com 1. Export licences exist in order to oversee, control or prevent the sale and importation of certain goods. 2. The Products which need licences include military equipment, technology, torture or civilian repression products and radioactive products. Each one of these products is subject to licences from different authorities. 3. There are three types of licences: OGEL (Open General Export Licence), SIEL (Single Individual Export Licence) and OIEL (Open Individual Export Licence). 4. In order to sell goods to the EU you must get the customer’s VAT number, send the goods to EU within 3 months of the date of supply and show the VAT number on the sales invoice. 5. ESL stands for the EC sales list which shows your customer’s country, customer’s VAT number, the indicator number and the value of goods you have sold them. 6. Intrastat is a system for gathering information and generating statistics on trade goods between countries within the European Union. 7. Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI)includes all businesses involved in Customs related activities and the identification number recognised by all EU Member States. Questions: If you have a particular product and want to find out if you need a licence where can you go for clarification? (48:35) Whose duty is it to get the licences, can you get it on behalf of the person doing the exporting? (50:10) There are regulations for those who act as brokers, to be safe you should go to the gov. site for an overview of the export controls. In regards to a bundled price, in which they sell a product and a service (to install product) as an extra, how does this work? (51.39) If your enterprise is based in the UK and your goods are being made outside the EU and then being exported somewhere without returning to the UK, is VAT required? (53:12) How do you deal with VAT when an export client collects the goods from the UK? (57:35) You can also join us on Twitter @opentoexport.
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If you're going to Europe and plan to fly your drone, make sure to check the laws of all the countries you plan to travel to. The European Union does not have EU-wide drone laws at this point in time. That means you'll have to follow the laws put in place by individual countries. Some areas have completely banned the use of drones (such as Paris) and heavily enforce those rules (in Paris, tourists flying drones often spend a night in jail). But other countries, like Sweden, have relaxed laws that allow you to capture the beauty of the country. Some countries have some restrictions in place (like requiring permits or licenses), but still allow drone flights. In this video, I summarize the drone laws of the countries I most recently visited, including: - Germany (ok to fly with certain restrictions) - Austria (incredibly strict / near impossible to fly in populated areas) - Malta (relaxed) - Sweden (relaxed) Fly safe, be careful, respect the laws and have fun! My gear: My camera – Canon 5D Mark IV: https://amzn.to/2LTFOwT Canon 16-35mm lens (awesome wide angle): https://amzn.to/2Jsstx4 Canon 70-200 zoom lens (great for events): https://amzn.to/2Jms9A5 Canon 85mm 1.2 (my FAVORITE portrait lens): https://amzn.to/2kEuV5I Canon 85mm 1.8 (a cheaper alternative): https://amzn.to/2LQMAnk Canon 50mm 1.4 (second favorite portrait lens): https://amzn.to/2sAuKvN DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone: https://amzn.to/2spNwqq My favorite drone backpack: https://amzn.to/2snNE9M ND filters for my drone: https://amzn.to/2LPmS2x My baby drone (DJI Mavic Air): https://amzn.to/2MW4K6X GoPro Hero6: https://amzn.to/2LemFEF Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nicolesglass/ Tweet at me: https://twitter.com/nicolesglass Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NicoleGlassPhotography/
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BOOK RELEASE - "THE UK AFTER BREXIT": This collection of essays, edited by Professor Michael Dougan, details the law and policy challenges following from the UK's withdrawal from the European Union Details: http://intersentia.com/en/the-uk-after-brexit.html Professor Michael Dougan from the EU Law @ Liverpool team explains what the single market is, and why leaving it would leaving will present enormous challenges to the UK economy. See: https://www.facebook.com/EULawAtLiverpool/ https://twitter.com/livuni_EULaw
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http://www.ukipmeps.org | http://www.ukip.org • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 08 September 2015 • Margot Parker MEP, UK Independence Party (East Midlands), Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) group | http://www.margotparkermep.uk @MargotLJParker • Debate: Correct application of the law on customs and agricultural matters Recommendation for second reading: Liisa Jaakonsaari (A8-0234/2015) - Recommendation for second reading on the Council position at first reading with a view to the adoption of a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Council Regulation (EC) No 515/97 on mutual assistance between the administrative authorities of the Member States and cooperation between the latter and the Commission to ensure the correct application of the law on customs and agricultural matters [08257/3/2015 - C8-0159/2015 - 2013/0410(COD)] Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection .................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
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(12 Sep 2018) The "hard Brexit"-supporting European Research Group on Wednesday published its plan for solving one of the thorniest outstanding issues - the border between the UK's Northern Ireland and EU member Ireland, when Britain leaves the Union. Britain and the EU both say there must be no customs posts or other infrastructure along the currently invisible frontier, but they have not agreed on how that can happen once the UK leaves the bloc's tariff-free customs union. "If we can provide a border that is as good as the existing EU borders then that answers that question to a reasonable person test. And that is what is, I think, new about this paper," the leading Brexitier and the Chairman of the European Research Group, Jacob Rees-Mogg said. The pro-Brexit group said customs officials could check goods bound for export to the Republic of Ireland before the border. "This is looking at the exemption in Rotterdam where, although the EU regulation says the veterinary checks must be immediately at the border they're actually 12 miles away in Rotterdam. Just looking at EU precedents, EU law, EU agreements on equivalence with Canada and working through that to provide an answer that is valid under EU law, rather than a wish list from us," Rees-Mogg said. Critics say the EU has already rejected similar proposals as inadequate to protect the open border, a cornerstone of Northern Ireland's peace process. Leading Brexit-supporting lawmakers insisted Wednesday that they aren't about to topple Prime Minister Theresa May, despite strong opposition to her plan for taking Britain out of the European Union. A faction of May's Conservative Party opposes her proposal to keep the UK aligned to EU rules after Brexit in return for free trade in goods. They say that would keep Britain tethered to the bloc and unable to strike new trade deals around the world. Several dozen rebel lawmakers have discussed attempting to trigger a no-confidence vote in May in hope of replacing her with a strongly pro-Brexit politician such as former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, a fierce critic of May's Brexit blueprint. Britain is due to leave the EU on March 29, but divorce talks have foundered amid Conservative divisions over how close a relationship to seek with the bloc. Hopes are fading that Britain and the European Union can strike a deal at an EU summit in October as originally planned, but there are growing expectations that the EU is planning another meeting for November. EU leaders have issued encouraging statements recently, saying a deal is possible in the next two months if both sides are realistic. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f5b7c53955a1b48bd1754275c0d41e4e
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EU Reporter spoke to Sylvain Lhôte, Director General European Paper Industry (CEPI). Today (7 June) the EU launched trade investigation against Turkey following a complaint by CEPI. The complaint is the first in almost ten years to be made under the Trade Barrier Regulation. The complaint was related to a non-tariff barrier imposed by Turkey setting unreasonable demands in their import licensing system.
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'ARROGANT!' BBC host Humphrys accuses Brussels of forcing UK to OBEY EU rules after Brexit BBC radio host John Humphrys accused the elite leadership of the European Unon of trying to sabotage Brexit by forcing Britain "to abide by rules we voted to leave". John Humphrys launched a scathing rebuke of the European Union’s “arrogant” approach to Brexit. During a tense interview with Ireland's Europe minister Helen McEntee, Humphrys charged Brussels with trying to thwart the will of the British people. Ms McEntee claimed that a backstop to prevent a hard border was "absolutely necessary" and Britain would be forced to abide by the Good Friday Agreement. This prompted Humphrys to hit back: “It is not a matter of whether you accept it or not. “Your Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said we would have to agree, including the UK, on full alignment of customs and regulation. “This country voted by a majority in that referendum to leave the EU’s customs and regulations. There can be no question about that. “It sounds a bit arrogant on this side that what you’re saying is that you will have to go along with something that you voted to leave!” When the Irish politician claimed that Brexit didn’t necessary mean leaving the customs union, Humphrys responded: “You know that makes no sense! What else were we voting to leave?” Later in the interview, Humphrys even questioned why Ireland was staying in the EU instead of “throwing its lot in with us” after Brexit. While Ms McEntree told the BBC that Britain ought to “live up to its obligations because Brexit, or no Brexit, the UK Government is a co-guarantor of what is an international peace treaty”. Ms McEntee added: "We are not at the beginning of negotiations. This is not a question as to whether or not we need an Irish backstop. "We did not vote for Brexit. We do not believe in it. We absolutely respect that it was a democratic decision, of course we do. The on-air argument on BBC’s Radio 4 Today programme followed Mr Varadkar’s warnings of troops on the Irish border in the case of a no deal Brexit. He told Bloomberg TV in Davos that uniformed police or soldiers could be deployed to the border with Northern Ireland in the event of a chaotic and disorderly Brexit. Mr Varadkar said the worst-case Brexit scenario would “involve people in uniform and it may involve the need, for example, for cameras, physical infrastructure, possibly a police presence, or an army presence to back it up”. There is growing support in the UK for an extension to Brexit beyond the March 29 deadline. Andrea Leadsom told the BBC last night that the EU would delay Brexit for a "couple of weeks" to help get a deal through.
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Open Europe's Henry Newman appeared on ITV's Peston on Sunday programme from May 27, discussing the progress of Brexit negotiations, the EU (Withdrawal) Bill, the option of a second referendum, and the customs union debate.
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We are running through what every country wants from a Brexit Deal. A few weeks ago we tackled the biggest countries by population, now we are going through what the smaller nations are looking for.
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Brexit WARNING: UK may be FORCED into customs union as EU official says talks going BADLY THE chances of a no-deal Brexit appear to be increasing after an EU official admitted three hours of negotiations on Tuesday did not go well. The latest Brexit developments come as Tory chief whip Julian Smith warned Parliament could force the UK into a permanent customs union with the EU. He argued this could happen unless MPs approve the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal. Talks took place on Tuesday between leading UK and EU officials. Brussels was represented by top Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, whilst Brexit Secretary Stephen Barcley and Attorney General Geoffrey Cox attended for the UK. The Government is seeking concessions from European leaders to stop Britain from getting stuck in a customs union ‘backstop’ with the EU. Neither the EU or UK negotiators released any comment following the meeting. Meanwhile leading Tory Mr Smith warned the Government could experience a “loss of control”, leading to Parliament voting to keep the UK in a permanent customs union with the EU, unless it can get its deal passed. The dramatic message was conveyed during a meeting of Cabinet on Tuesday. May ‘not hopeful’ of backstop breakthrough In comments reported by The Sun Mr Smith commented: “A vote against the deal is a vote for delay, and a vote that will end up with a customs union.” The Chief Whip added the second vote on Mrs May’s Brexit deal, scheduled for next Tuesday, would be “very, very tight”. If Mrs May’s deal is rejected Ministers fear MPs in Parliament, who generally back a soft Brexit, will attempt to seize control of the exit process if the deal is voted down again. This outcome could see Brexit delayed and the UK forced into a permanent customs union with the EU. Brexit 'new Reformation' for UK, says IDS - 'EXPLOSION of opportunity' The Labour Party supports a permanent customs union, or a second membership referendum if this can’t be achieved. If this happens Britain would struggle to sign comprehensive trade deals with third countries, whilst still having to abide by a significant proportion of EU regulations whilst having very little say over their content. Speaking to The Sun a Cabinet Minister commented: “The Chief was very clear about what’s coming if we can’t win this vote. “If we lose it’s out of our hands and Parliament will decide and it all gets very uncertain. “We’ll be in a customs union for a start.”
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According to Reuters, the European Union will do what it cans to avoid extensive border controls between Ireland and Northern Ireland. European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas said that the EU is determined to avoid a 'hard border' between the EU member state and Britain’s province. But the prospect of a no deal Brexit will complicate the Irish border, since Ireland will be required to uphold EU customs regulations. Spokesman Schinas added that with or without a deal, the EU does not want extensive border controls dividing Ireland. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/topNews/~3/NFiSrX5V2Os/eu-will-do-all-it-can-to-avoid-hard-irish-border-after-brexit-commission-idUSKCN1PH1AY http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit Vote It using http://wochit.com
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EU 집행위 "북한, 이란 등 10개국 돈세탁·테러자금지원 위험국" The European Union has blacklisted ten countries at risk of money laundering or terrorist financing. The countries include North Korea, Iran, Afghanistan and Syria. Those on the blacklist are subject to stricter regulations like customs checks when doing business in the EU. But on the same day the list was promptly rejected by European Union lawmakers who said the list is too short and needs to include tax havens. After the January 2015 attacks on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, the European Union has adopted stricter rules against money laundering and has been naming countries that could be exploited by militant organizations. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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Plans to cuts customs formalities for ships staying within the EU have been unveiled by the European Commission. In a statement on 8 July 2013, Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas announced the creation of the so-called "Blue Belt", including lighter customs procedures for ships ships carrying mainly EU goods between EU ports. Mr Kallas said current procedures were hindering the development of the single market. "We need to put shipping on same footing as other forms of transport. The days when lorries and trains were stopped travelling within the single market are long gone, and it should be the same for shipping." He questioned why a ship travelling between Antwerp and Rotterdam was subject to the same customs procedures - which can take hours and sometimes days to carry out - as a ship coming from China. The Commissioner also announced proposals to to put in place a system to distinguish between EU and non-EU goods on board a ship, by creating a single EU-wide electronic cargo declaration. It is estimated that 75% of European external trade by volume and 37% of EU internal trade is carried by shipping.
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China became the world's largest importer of agricultural products in 2012 and, despite a fragmented distribution infrastructure and growing local competition, opportunities for European SMEs to sell food and beverage products in China are likely to grow. Main drivers are increasing disposable income, urbanisation, and a growing taste for foreign foodstuffs -- reinforced by a number of large-scale scandals in China's domestic food industry in recent years. However, managing the importing process and conforming to the multitude of regulations concerning food safety and product labelling are major challenges even for experienced exporters. In this webinar, our expert will provide you with concise information on: - opportunities for EU SMEs in China's F&B market; - the regulatory environment when exporting to China; - the main players involved in the exporting process; - the labelling requirements and best practices for SMEs; - case studies and general recommendations.
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ttp://www.ukipmeps.org | http://www.ukip.org • European Parliament, Brussels, 23 November 2017 • William Dartmouth MEP, UKIP (South West), Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group (EFDD) http://www.williamdartmouth.com • Committee on International Trade (INTA) • Item on Agenda: 18.0 Exchange of views with Pierre Moscovici, Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs • Full session (video stream) http://www.europarl.europa.eu/ep-live/en/committees/video?event=20171123-0900-COMMITTEE-INTA .................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
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No deal Brexit to give UK £140billion BOOM say economists - ignore 'project fear HYSTERIA' Leaving the European Union without a deal is Britain’s best bet for future success and would lead to a £140billion Brexit boom, according to economists. MPs will be given a vote on ruling out quitting the bloc unless an agreement is in place if Theresa May’s exit plan is rejected on Tuesday. But the pro-Leave Economists for Free Trade group has made a last push to keep the option on the table and accused Remainers of “Project Fear” hysteria about walking away. Its analysis found Britain will flourish if it leaves on March 29 on world trade rules. "In its attempt to force through its EU Withdrawal Agreement, the Government is painting a no-deal Brexit as some sort of disaster,” the report states. "It is, in fact, a recipe for economic success - free of the shackles of EU protectionism, budget costs, intrusive regulation and subsidisation of unskilled immigration." According to the research, leaving the customs union and single market would increase national output by seven per cent over 15 years, a £140 billion boost. The group said the benefits come from an increase in free trade with countries outside the EU that currently face high tariffs for doing business in the bloc. Cutting red tape would lead to a two per cent boost for the economy and a lower benefits bill from curbing unskilled migration from the bloc was also factored into the calculations as well as the the annual £10 billion fee for EU membership. The EFT said tariffs imposed by the EU push up the cost of food and goods in the UK by 10 per cent, so lowering prices would increase consumer spending. It claims Treasury forecasts about the impact of leaving without a deal are based on false assumptions, including fears of extra paperwork for exports and imports. Chairman Patrick Minford said EFT research had consistently shown that using World Trade Organisation rules that govern a significant amount of global commerce would be the best option. He said: “Prices would fall, especially of food, clothing and footwear, and pressures for higher taxes would ease. "Strangely, the public has got the message with no-deal being the favoured option, according to opinion polls. But the majority of MPs, who remain spectacularly out of touch with the good sense of their voters, are petrified of no deal. “They have swallowed the propaganda of Project Fear Mark 2 even though apocalyptic warnings of lorries backed up at the ports, planes not flying, and empty supermarket shelves have already been shown to be myths propagated by fanatical Remainers. "MPs from across the Commons have this week one last chance to come to their senses and recognise that they are in the grip of a collective establishment hysteria utterly unsupported by the facts or sound economic analysis. They are in danger of making Chicken Little look calm and composed.”
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'EORI number' is short for 'Economic Operators Registration and Identification Number' and is a system of unique identification numbers used by customs authorities throughout the European Union. We’ll explain why you might need an EORI number and how you can get one. » Find out more about this topic: https://www.theshippingchannel.com/rules-and-regulations/customs/what-is-an-eori-number/ » Want to learn more about shipping? Explore The Shipping Channel: https://www.theshippingchannel.com/
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How much meat can I import into Switzerland exempt from tax and duty? And how much can I spend on shopping abroad each day without having to pay VAT? The Federal Customs Administration has made a video on the most important regulations in tourist traffic so that these and other questions can be explained briefly and understandably. This should make crossing the border easier for private individuals. Further information on customs regulations in tourist traffic can be found at www.ezv.admin.ch or on the Customs app "QuickZoll".
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#BBC Question Time panelist makes BRILLIANT point about #Brexit in response to #Remoaner! A #REMOANER was left humiliated by Kate Andrews on #BBC Question Time last night after she was questioned on the importance of achieving a free-trade deal with the EU post #Brexit and the necessity of abiding by the EU’s rules in relation to the single market and the customs union. Kate Andrews, News Editor at the Institute of Economic Affairs in London, was quick to deny a suggestion implying the UK must abide by the rules of the single market and customs union in order to achieve a free-trade deal. The audience member asked Ms Andrews: “Economically speaking, when it comes to free trade shouldn’t our guiding principle in all our #Brexit negations be seeking a free trade deal with the EU?” He continued to suggest these principles should include “abiding by the natural occurring laws of comparative advantage”. Ms Andrews agreed with him in part, stating: “Free-trade deals are great, let’s hope that we get one with the EU. “I think it looks more and more likely that Britain will get a free-trade deal.” Yet she countered the audience member’s Euro-centric view and took a more globalist approach, stating: “But let Britain try and get them with the rest of the world too. “And this does require leaving the single market and the customs union.” Under current EU regulation, member states are not allowed to pursue their own free-trade deals with third countries. EU member states have a common external tariff, common trade policy, and no internal border controls for the free-flowing of goods. In this capacity, EU member states are solely represented by the EU Commission in all international trade negotiations. Ms Andrews also slammed Labour’s plan, stating: “Labour’s six point plan does not add up: points two and three on the exact same benefits, and then sort of #UKIP line of migration contradict each other.” She concluded on a resoundingly optimistic note, countering #ProjectFear and the notion the UK is going to be decidedly worse off outside the European Union following #Brexit. She said: “You don’t get all the benefits outside the single market it’s true, but there will be new benefits to be reaped by these new opportunities.” And she challenged anti #Brexit members of the audience, stating: “There are going to be a lot of #Remainers in particular who are absolutely dumfounded in March 2019, when the UK does leave the European Union and it doesn’t fall off a cliff. “It’s not going to be perfect right away, but I think it’s going to be okay.” #NoDealBrexit For the latest updates, news and information on #Brexit - Join the UK Leave EU Campaign Google Plus community: https://plus.google.com/communities/108349890958388352009 Follow the UK Leave EU Campaign on Twitter; (@EnglishBriton): https://twitter.com/EnglishBriton?s=09 For more information on #Brexit matters, also see: http://www.leave.eu "REGISTER OR BECOME A MEMBER OF LEAVE.EU" By registering your support, you will receive regular updates and news; http://leave.eu/en/user/register #Article50 #BrexitMEANSBrexit #ChangeBritain #UKLeaveEUCampaign #Brexit #LeaveEU #WestMonster #EUReferendum #BetterOffOut #BrexitBritain #GlobalBritain #Remoaners #UKPopulation #Immigration #Migration #MigrationCrisis #SingleMarket #CustomsUnion #FreedomofMovement #BorderControl #CleanBrexit #RespectTheResult #Parliament #BackBritain #AbolishTheLords #Eurocrats #Brexiteers #EUDivorceBill #Brussels #Conservatives #TheresaMay #PhilipHammond #AsylumSeekers #TheresaTheAppeaser #Labour #JeremyCorbyn #KierStarmer #VinceCable #LibDems #NicolaSturgeon #SNP #ToryRebels #EUWithdrawalBill #BBC #BBCQT #DavidDimbleby #KateAndrews #InstituteofEconomicAffairs #UKTrade
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Open Europe's Director Henry Newman argues on BBC's Daily Politics that leaving the EU’s Customs Union is the only logical step for the UK to pursue an independent trade policy and achieve a truly ‘Global Britain’ outside the EU.
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Believe it or not, the UK's government is currently just as big a dumpster fire as the U.S. — here's what could happen if they don't reach a deal on Brexit before it's too late. » Subscribe to NowThis: http://go.nowth.is/News_Subscribe So take a moment out of the dumpster fire that is US politics for one moment to hear about another one. Brexit. The UK has just over two months before it’s due to leave the EU, and there’s no clear idea what that might look like. Everything from its immigration policy, to its safety regulations, to its labor laws, have been formed by its membership of the EU. Both Britain and the EU want to make a deal for what the exit looks like - and what the new relationship would be. But what would happen if the UK left the European Union without a deal in place? There are about 800,000 British citizens who live in the EU, who could wake up on March 30 and find that they’ve lost the right to work where they live. That even includes footballers. A million people could lose their jobs and Northern Ireland could face rolling blackouts, according to some reports. This prospect is called a ‘no-deal Brexit,’ and is described by many as Britain essentially ‘crashing out’ of the European Union. Crashing out means no regulations or rules in place to govern how everything from trade to citizenship status to border security is affected. It could lead to food shortages, medicine shortages, it would affect air and ground travel, immigration, and more. The formal deadline the UK faces is March 29, 2019.. The main proposal so far has been historically and overwhelmingly defeated in Parliament. The UK invoked Article 50 almost 2 years ago, on March 29, 2017. Article 50 is basically the breakup article in the Treaty of the European Union. It’s what a country invokes when they’re ready to withdraw from the union. And though it’s written into the treaty, no country has actually attempted this before, which is one reason why Brexit is so unprecedented and complicated. The treaty says once you invoke Article 50, you have two years to negotiate the terms of your exit. So here we are, looking at March 29. It’s like the UK and the US are competing to see which government can be more dysfunctional right now. If you think the longest shutdown of the federal government in US history is bad — and it objectively is, given how it’s impacted air travel, critical health services, and 800,000 workers going multiple weeks without a paycheck — a no-deal Brexit would be equally as bad, if not worse. Here are some of the ways it would affect the everyday person’s life — including those who don’t even live in the UK: FOOD AND MEDICINE The UK currently gets a lot of its food and medicine from other countries in the European Union. Because they’re all part of the same union, the trucks that physically bring in these items aren’t required to go through extensive customs checks when they reach the UK border. But if Britain exits on March 29, that would change — and involve a lot more paperwork. That could mean delays of deliveries, which would lead to shortages. Now, the UK government has been working on a contingency plan that involves pharmaceutical companies stockpiling certain life-saving medicines, like insulin, That would last six weeks. But six weeks can go by quickly — And not every company feels prepared for a no-deal Brexit, since until very recently, it seemed like a lesser reality. Here’s how the New York Times put it: British legislators were ‘so alarmed’ by the ‘prospect of a no deal-exit’ that they supported an amendment to stop contingency planning for crashing out, because they wanted to make it more difficult to leave without an agreement. Only the most hardline Conservative MPs seem to want a no-deal exit, and yet that’s one path ahead of the UK. TRAVEL Ok, so trucks can’t get in at the border. What about flying supplies in? Airlines have the right to travel between the UK and the EU under current European Union rules. So with a no-deal Brexit, aircraft could theoretically be grounded. #Brexit #UK #WorldNews Connect with NowThis » Like us on Facebook: http://go.nowth.is/News_Facebook » Tweet us on Twitter: http://go.nowth.is/News_Twitter » Follow us on Instagram: http://go.nowth.is/News_Instagram » Find us on Snapchat Discover: http://go.nowth.is/News_Snapchat NowThis is your premier news outlet providing you with all the videos you need to stay up to date on all the latest in trending news. From entertainment to politics, to viral videos and breaking news stories, we’re delivering all you need to know straight to your social feeds. We live where you live. http://www.youtube.com/nowthisnews @nowthisnews
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BREXIT LIVE: Donald Tusk IGNORES May's demands and BACKS Corbyn's customs union plan DONALD Tusk has ignored Theresa May's demands to renegotiate the Irish border backstop and thrown his weight behind Jeremy Corbyn’s vision for a soft Brexit. The European Council President said Labour’s plan to remain in a customs union with the EU “would be a promising way out” of the current impasse, Sky News reports. Mr Corbyn today set out the terms under which his party would support Mrs May’s deal - including remaining in a “permanent and comprehensive” customs union and close alignment with the single market. And during talks with the Prime Minister today, Mr Tusk reportedly voiced his support for the plan. Meanwhile, Mrs May offered no concrete proposals on the way forward, according to Sky News’ Europe correspondent Mark Stone, who cited an EU source. Details of the talks have emerged after Mrs May pledged the UK will leave the bloc on March 29 as planned after “negotiating hard” to fight for legally binding changes to the Brexit deal. Speaking to reporters briefly this afternoon, Mrs May said she "saw and heard a desire from European Union leaders to ensure Britain leaves with a deal". She acknowledged securing legally binding changes to the deal at this late stage would be difficult but said she had agreed with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker that talks could now reopen. Meanwhile, Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay and EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier will meet on Monday Follow live Brexit updates with Express.co.uk: 9.30pm: What is Corbyn’s Brexit plan? Labour had been insisting any Brexit deal must meet its “six tests” before it would support it, but Jeremy Corbyn changed tack today with a new plan. The tests had faced criticism for being unattainable without remaining in the EU, with one stipulating that Britain must secure the “exact same” economic benefits as EU membership, though Brexit Secretary David Davis had once told MPs that would be possible. But today, Mr Corbyn unveiled a new list of demands and vowed to support Theresa May if she adopted the five criteria. They are: 1. A ‘permanent and comprehensive UK-wide customs union’ which would also grant the UK a say in future trade deals. 2. Close alignment with the single market, underpinned by shared institutions and obligations, with clear arrangements for dispute resolution. 3. Dynamic alignment on rights and protections so that UK standards keep pace with evolving standards across Europe as a minimum, allowing the UK to lead the way. 4. Clear commitments on participation in EU agencies and funding programmes, including in areas such as the environment, education, and industrial regulation. 5. Unambiguous agreements on the detail of future security arrangements, including access to the European arrest warrant and vital shared databases. 8.05pm: Minister could resign to fight no-deal Brexit - ‘clear where my responsibilities lie’ A Government health minister has indicated he may resign to vote against a no-deal Brexit next week. Stephen Hammond said he would be "clear where my responsibilities lie" if a series of votes on February 14 turn out to be the last opportunity to block withdrawal from the EU without an agreement. Asked if he would resign to back a similar amendment next week, Mr Hammond told The House magazine: "We will all have to look into our conscience at that stage. But I don't think anyone can doubt my principles and what my view would be if that is the last opportunity. "I'm pretty clear where my responsibilities lie, much as I love this job, much as I think the NHS is a wonderful, wonderful institution. "I'm also very clear that as Members of Parliament we have a moral duty to our country and our constituencies. If you look at my record over the last year, no one can question my moral view on that." Mr Hammond said he remained "hopeful" that the Prime Minister would be able to secure a deal with Brussels. But he said that, if she had not reached that point by next week, the votes on February 14 would offer "the opportunity to ensure that no deal doesn't happen by mistake". 6.30pm: Ministers looking at Corbyn plan ‘with interest’ Downing Street has said ministers are looking “with interest” at proposals for a soft Brexit put forward by Jeremy Corbyn. The Labour leader set out his five-point plan - including a permanent customs union with the EU - in a letter to the Prime Minister. A senior No 10 source said: "It is welcome that the Leader of the Opposition is engaging in this. It is important that we continue to hold discussions to find a way forward to deliver Brexit. "We are looking at those proposals with interest but there are obviously very considerable points of difference that exist between us. "The PM continues to believe that an independent trade policy is one of the key advantages of Brexit. Her position on the customs union hasn't changed."
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http://www.ukipmeps.org | http://www.ukip.org • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 11 September 2018 • David Coburn MEP, UK Independence Party (UKIP, Scotland), Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) group - @DavidCoburnUkip • Debate: Controls on cash entering or leaving the Union - Report: Mady Delvaux, Juan Fernando López Aguilar (A8-0394/2017) Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on controls on cash entering or leaving the Union and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1889/2005 [COM(2016)0825 - C8-0001/2017 - 2016/0413(COD)] Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs .................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
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http://www.ukipmeps.org | http://www.ukip.org • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 13 September 2017 • Bluecard Question: David COBURN MEP, UK Independence Party (Scotland), Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) group - @DavidCoburnUkip - Response: Bernard MONOT MEP (France), Europe of Nations and Freedom Group (ENF) • Debate: European venture capital funds and European social entrepreneurship funds - Report: Sirpa Pietikäinen (A8-0120/2017) Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EU) No 345/2013 on European venture capital funds and Regulation (EU) No 346/2013 on European social entrepreneurship funds [COM(2016)0461 - C8-0320/2016 - 2016/0221(COD)] Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs .................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
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• European Parliament, Strasbourg, 16 January 2019 • Jonathan Arnott MEP (North East), Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group - @JonathanArnott - http://www.jonathanarnott.co.uk/ • Debate: Protection of the Union's budget in case of generalised deficiencies as regards the rule of law in the Member States - Report: Eider Gardiazabal Rubial, Petri Sarvamaa (A8-0469/2018) Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of the Union's budget in case of generalised deficiencies as regards the rule of law in the Member States [COM(2018)0324 - C8-0178/2018 - 2018/0136(COD)] Committee on Budgets Committee on Budgetary Control .................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
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EU 집행위 "북한, 이란 등 10개국 돈세탁·테러자금지원 위험국" The European Commission has blacklisted ten high-risk countries, including North Korea,... for money laundering and terrorist financing. Some other nations on the list are Iran, Afghanistan and Syria. They will be subject to stricter regulations like customs checks when doing business in the EU. But on the same day... the list was promptly rejected by EU Council, which said it was too short and needed to include tax havens like Panama. Since the January 2015 attacks on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, the commission has adopted stricter rules against money laundering... and has been naming countries that could be exploited by militant organizations. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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Import duties, VAT, customs value calculations, import taxes and customs procedures in the US and EU explained in this video tutorial. You can also learn more about customs and taxes in the free ebook: https://www.chinaimportal.com/ebook/
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