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Successful conclusion of the 4th WCO-Korea Executive Programme in Customs & Business Administration
WCO welcomes trainees from the Indian Revenue Service
WCO Conducts Workshop on Digital Customs and E-Commerce for WCO ESA Region
WCO-WACAM Project reaffirms its support to HRM modernization in Niger Customs
WCO supports Customs Authority in Costa Rica on TFA implementation
WCO supports Kenya Regional Training Centre in adopting a blended training approach through the use of WCO e-Learning modules
Linking the Bahamas Supply Chain under the WCO Mercator Programme
WCO Leadership and Management Development Workshop in the Gambia
WCO Europe Regional Heads of Customs Conference in Russia
WTO members appoint new chair of agriculture talks
WTO launches call for proposals for 2018 Public Forum
China initiates WTO dispute complaint against US tariffs on steel, aluminium products
Korea files appeal against WTO panel ruling regarding Japanese food import restrictions
WTO establishes two panels to rule on US lumber duties
Strong trade growth in 2018 rests on policy choices
WTO issues panel report regarding Korean duties on pneumatic valves from Japan
Trade Policy Review: Montenegro
WTO members appoint new chair of services negotiations
WTO members discuss ways of improving the transparency of regional trade agreements

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World Customs Organization

Successful conclusion of the 4th WCO-Korea Executive Programme in Customs & Business Administration

The 4th Executive Programme in Customs & Business Administration (EPCBA) was held from 13th February to 30th March 2018 at Seoul National University, Korea. This particular session brought together 10 participants from 10 developing countries that had been selected from a highly competitive process. Represented countries included Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Cambodia, Kenya, Lesotho, Mauritius, Mongolia, Nepal and Tanzania.nt (LMD) workshop that is an integral part of the Programme.


World Customs Organization

WCO welcomes trainees from the Indian Revenue Service

As part of a one-week international exposure training course in Europe, under the leadership of the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) and in coordination with India’s National Academy of Customs, Indirect Taxes and Narcotics (NACIN), five delegations of trainees from the Indian Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) visited WCO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium during February and March 2018.


World Customs Organization

WCO Conducts Workshop on Digital Customs and E-Commerce for WCO ESA Region

WCO organized a regional workshop on Digital Customs and E-Commerce for East and Southern Africa (ESA), with the support of Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) and China Customs Cooperation Fund (CCF/China) from 26 to 29 March 2018 in Harare, Zimbabwe.


World Customs Organization

WCO-WACAM Project reaffirms its support to HRM modernization in Niger Customs

In the framework of the WCO-WACAM Project financed by Sweden, the World Customs Organization provided tailor-made support to Niger Customs in the field of competency-based human resources management.


World Customs Organization

WCO supports Customs Authority in Costa Rica on TFA implementation

The World Customs Organization (WCO) provided support to the National Customs Service (Servicio Nacional de Aduanas - SNA) of Costa Rica under the WCO Mercator Program, on 19 - 23 March 2018. The WCO team successfully conducted a scoping mission and recommended actions to effectively implement trade facilitation measures, taking into consideration local conditions and environment, as well as the WCO instruments and tools.


World Customs Organization

WCO supports Kenya Regional Training Centre in adopting a blended training approach through the use of WCO e-Learning modules

Under the framework of the WCO ESA Project II funded by the Finnish Government, the WCO delivered an e-Learning mission at the Kenya Regional Training Centre (RTC) in Mombasa on the 2nd to 4th April 2018. The aim of this mission was to integrate the WCO e-Learning modules through blended learning in the Customs training programmes at the Kenya Revenue Authority.


World Customs Organization

Linking the Bahamas Supply Chain under the WCO Mercator Programme

Following the invitation from The Bahamas Customs Department (BCD), the WCO successfully conducted a World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) gap analysis with BCD from 19-23 March 2018. The Bahamas is seeking to accede to the WTO, and BCD has a crucial role in preparing the Bahamas to do so. This analysis is one of 26 project activities that the WCO is facilitating for BCD as part of the Trade Sector Support Program.


World Customs Organization

WCO Leadership and Management Development Workshop in the Gambia

As a part of its capacity-building delivery activity, WCO organized a Leadership and Management Development (LMD) Workshop from 19 to 29 March 2018 for 20 senior managers in Banjul, The Gambia. The LMD Workshop was organized in partnership with the Gambia Revenue Authority (GRA). The overall objective of the two-week interactive workshop was to strengthen senior management capacity to lead and drive reforms within GRA.


World Customs Organization

WCO Europe Regional Heads of Customs Conference in Russia

At the invitation of Mr.Ruslan Davydov, First Deputy Head of the Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation, WCO Secretary General Kunio Mikuriya attended the WCO Europe Region Heads of Customs Conference, held in Sochi, Russia from 12 to 13 April 2018.


World Trade Organization

WTO members appoint new chair of agriculture talks

Ambassador John Deep Ford of Guyana has taken over as chair of the WTO farm trade talks. WTO members confirmed his appointment at a meeting of the Committee on Agriculture in Special Session on 9 April. In addition to the ongoing negotiations on agricultural reform, Ambassador Ford will also facilitate the negotiations on cotton.


World Trade Organization

WTO launches call for proposals for 2018 Public Forum

The WTO has issued a call for proposals for this year’s Public Forum, whose theme is “Trade 2030”. Participants interested in organizing sessions at the Forum, scheduled to take place on 2-4 October, are invited to submit their proposals by 4 June 2018.


World Trade Organization

China initiates WTO dispute complaint against US tariffs on steel, aluminium products

China has requested WTO dispute consultations with the United States concerning certain US duties imposed on imports of steel and aluminium products. The request was circulated to WTO members on 9 April.


World Trade Organization

Korea files appeal against WTO panel ruling regarding Japanese food import restrictions

Korea filed an appeal on 9 April against a WTO panel report in the case brought by Japan in “Korea — Import Bans, and Testing and Certification Requirements for Radionuclides” (DS495). The panel circulated its report on 22 February 2018.


World Trade Organization

WTO establishes two panels to rule on US lumber duties

At the request of Canada, the WTO’s Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) agreed on 9 April to establish two panels to examine Canada’s complaints regarding anti-dumping and countervailing duties imposed by the United States on imports of Canadian softwood lumber. The DSB also formally adopted the panel ruling, as modified by the Appellate Body, regarding Russian anti-dumping duties on imported vehicles from Germany and Italy.


World Trade Organization

Strong trade growth in 2018 rests on policy choices

World merchandise trade growth is expected to remain strong in 2018 and 2019 after posting its largest increase in six years in 2017, but continued expansion depends on robust global economic growth and governments pursuing appropriate monetary, fiscal and especially trade policies, WTO economists said.


World Trade Organization

WTO issues panel report regarding Korean duties on pneumatic valves from Japan

On 12 April the WTO circulated the panel report in the case brought by Japan in “Korea — Anti-Dumping Duties on Pneumatic Valves from Japan” (DS504).


World Trade Organization

Trade Policy Review: Montenegro

The first review of the trade policies and practices of Montenegro takes place on 11 and 13 April 2018. The basis for the review is a report by the WTO Secretariat and a report by the Government of Montenegro.


World Trade Organization

WTO members appoint new chair of services negotiations

Ambassador Zhanar Aitzhanova of Kazahkstan has taken over as chair of the WTO services negotiations. Her appointment was confirmed at a meeting of the WTO’s Council for Trade in Services in Special Session on 9 April.


World Trade Organization

WTO members discuss ways of improving the transparency of regional trade agreements

WTO members discussed how to improve work on enhancing the transparency of regional trade agreements (RTAs) at a meeting of the Committee on RTAs on 9-10 April at the WTO. They reviewed five RTAs covering countries in Europe, Asia and Africa. The new chair of the committee, Ambassador Julian Braithwaite of the United Kingdom, presided at this first committee meeting of 2018


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Præjudiciel forelæggelse - forordning (EØF) nr. 2658/87 - toldunion og fælles toldtarif - tarifering - kombineret nomenklatur - underposition 9021 10 10, 9021 10 90 og 9021 90 90 - rygsøjlefikseringssystem - gennemførelsesforordning (EU) nr. 1214/2014

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Den kombinerede nomenklatur, som er indeholdt i bilag I til Rådets forordning (EØF) nr. 2658/87 af 23. juli 1987 om told- og statistiknomenklaturen og den fælles toldtarif, som ændret ved Kommissionens gennemførelsesforordning (EU) 2015/1754 af 6. oktober 2015, skal fortolkes således, at tarifering af rygsøjlefikseringssystemer som de i hovedsagen omhandlede i underposition 9021 90 90 i den kombinerede nomenklatur er udelukket, såfremt disse systemer kan tariferes i en anden underposition under pos. 9021 i den kombinerede nomenklatur. En eventuel tarifering af disse systemer i underposition 9021 10 10 eller i underposition 9021 10 90 i den kombinerede nomenklatur afhænger af den hovedfunktion, der kendetegner dem, hvilket det tilkommer den forelæggende ret at afgøre under hensyntagen til systemernes objektive karakteristika og egenskaber samt deres bestemmelse og den konkrete anvendelse heraf.


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State Aid: Norway may expand tax refund scheme for seafarers

The EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA) has today approved Norway's plannedexpansion of an aid scheme granting tax and social security contributionsrefunds to shipping companies. NIS-case"EEA rules do not require any changes to the seafarer scheme. However,the Norwegian Government wishes to expand the scheme, and may choose to do so”, says ESA President Bente Angell-Hansen. Thecurrent aid scheme, witho...


Food Safety: Icelandic national audit system fulfils the EEA requirements

EN | IS The EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA) carriedout an audit of the national audit system in Iceland in January 2018 with a

As part of theEEA legal requirements, Iceland is required to have an audit system in placeaccording to which systematic and independent audits are carried out, andactions are taken to ensure achievement of objectives defined in thelegislation. ESA concludes that the national audit system of the Icelandic Food and

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