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What does the UK's 2021 EU Import and Export Guidance mean for you?

What does the UK's 2021 EU Import and Export Guidance mean for you?

The UK Global Tariff will apply to all imported goods from 1st January 2021, replacing the Common External Tariff of the EU customs union. ... However, exporters will be able to “zero rate” most goods—that is, charge your customers 0% VAT—for EU customers as well as for that outside of the EU
The Fundamentals of Product Classification

The Fundamentals of Product Classification

Determining your product’s export classification is one of the most important steps toward export compliance. Understanding the differences behind Commodity Jurisdiction determinations and Commodity Classifications is central to creating effective business processes and achieving economic growth.
The Fundamentals of Product Classification
Everything you need to know about UK/EU Export Controls and Sanctions

Everything you need to know about UK/EU Export Controls and Sanctions

Now that Brexit has finally materialised, traders based in the UK and the EU will have to alter their strategies significantly. The UK is no longer a part of the EU, and exporters need to keep track of numerous rules and regulations related to trade
Everything you need to know about UK/EU Export Controls and Sanctions
Blog: Tariff Waivers on US Products by China and the UK

Blog: Tariff Waivers on US Products by China and the UK

International business has witnessed a lot of change in recent years. This blog analyzes the tariff waivers on US products by China and the UK.
Blog: Tariff Waivers on US Products by China and the UK
Blog: Covid-19: How can you build a more resilient supply chain during the global pandemic?

Blog: Covid-19: How can you build a more resilient supply chain during the global pandemic?

The ongoing coronavirus crisis has highlighted the importance of supply chains. During these tough times, companies need to be able to source and supply goods without any hindrances. However, this is proving to be a difficult task because of the major complicacies that are currently being seen in global supply chains. For example, it has become harder for companies to obtain approvals and meet compliance requirements. Despite these challenges, the ongoing pandemic presents a major opportunity to companies in the form of improving supply chains for the long run. This blog focuses on discussing the ways in which companies can build more resilient supply chains.
Blog: Covid-19: How can you build a more resilient supply chain during the global pandemic?