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The PTC agrees on the need to strategize with latest technologies in Customs and Border Management
The WCO supports the Bahamas Customs Administration in the preparation of its first Time Release Study (TRS)
Philippines Bureau of Customs working with WCO and World Bank on Sustaining and Enhancing Reform & Modernization Agenda
WCO celebrates the World Intellectual Property Day 2018
Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) received support by WCO in enhancing its capacity to mitigate Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT)
The WCO-Inama project supports Asian Members in including CITES and Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) modules in national training curricula and in developing a group of internal IWT Trainers
The WCO Inama project provides national support to Burkina Faso Customs to strengthen capacities to fight Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT)
WCO diagnostic mission to Côte d’Ivoire
WCO launches the Security Project for West and Central Africa
DG Azevêdo addresses the Informal Dialogue on Investment Facilitation
South Africa lunch safeguard investigation on “Other screws fully threaded with hexagon heads made of steel”
Members reiterate concerns over waste products, feed wheat, pulses and other goods
WTO reports improved notification of preferential rules of origin for LDCs
Registration opens for public access to oral hearing in “US — Large Civil Aircraft” appeal
Introductory Trade Policy Course for least-developed countries concludes at the WTO
DG Azevêdo opens symposium on link between trade and natural disasters
US, EU safeguard actions under discussion at WTO committee meeting

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News story: Aviation industry welcomes Brexit roundtable
News story: Robin Walker Speech at Community Outreach event
Press release: Aberdeen has a bright future post-Brexit, ministers tell industry leaders

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World Customs Organization

The PTC agrees on the need to strategize with latest technologies in Customs and Border Management

After four days of intensive discussions, the 219th/220th Permanent Technical Committee (PTC) concluded its proceedings on 19 April. The meeting of the PTC, the key technical committee dealing with strategic issues concerning procedures and facilitation, gathered 140 delegates from governments, the private sector, international organisations and academia to discuss several topical matters in this area. In her opening remarks, the Director Compliance and Facilitation Ms. Ana Hinojosa stressed that in line with the WCO's theme for this year, the Committee will be taking numerous small steps towards Building a Secure Business Environment for Economic Development.


World Customs Organization

The WCO supports the Bahamas Customs Administration in the preparation of its first Time Release Study (TRS)

In the framework of the newly signed agreement between the WCO and Bahamas Customs and Excise Department (BCED) and following the successful WTO Agreement on Trade Facilitation (TFA) gap analysis conducted by the WCO from 19 to 23 March 2018, two experts from the WCO facilitated a national Workshop in the area of Time Release Study (TRS) in Nassau (Bahamas) from 9 to 13 April.


World Customs Organization

Philippines Bureau of Customs working with WCO and World Bank on Sustaining and Enhancing Reform & Modernization Agenda

Following WCO work with the Philippines Bureau of Customs (BOC) undertaken in July 2017, the World Bank is exploring bringing several BOC initiatives under a single project. From the 9th to 20th of April 2018, WCO and World Bank representatives conducted an analysis that resulted in a report to support cooperation between the Philippines Government and the World Bank Group.


World Customs Organization

WCO celebrates the World Intellectual Property Day 2018

The World Customs Organization (WCO) is pleased to join the international community in celebrating World Intellectual Property Day 2018 under the theme “Powering change: Women in innovation and creativity," celebrating the ingenuity, creativity and courage of women around the world who, thanks to the support of a proper IP system, can bring their ideas to life and contribute to stronger economic growth and cultural wealth.


World Customs Organization

Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) received support by WCO in enhancing its capacity to mitigate Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT)

The WCO Inama Project aims to strengthen the enforcement capacity of targeted Customs administrations in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, focusing on the illegal trade in wildlife (fauna and flora) and in particular species listed in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).Environment Programme Manager, WCO Compliance and Enforcement Sub-Directorate, roux.raath@wcoomd.org


World Customs Organization

The WCO-Inama project supports Asian Members in including CITES and Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) modules in national training curricula and in developing a group of internal IWT Trainers

Further to the WCO’s continued commitment to mitigate Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT), a range of Train-the-Trainer and Accreditation Workshops are conducted under the auspices of the WCO Inama project. The project aims to strengthen the enforcement capacity of targeted Customs administrations in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, focusing on the illegal trade in wildlife and in particular on the species listed in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).


World Customs Organization

The WCO Inama project provides national support to Burkina Faso Customs to strengthen capacities to fight Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT)

The WCO is committed to mitigate environmental crime and works continuously to support Member Customs administrations to tackle smuggling, poaching and trafficking of prohibited goods. The WCO Inama project, part of the WCO’s Environment Programme, aims to strengthen the enforcement capacity of certain Customs administrations in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, focusing on the illegal trade in wildlife and in particular on the species listed in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).Inama project, please contact Roux Raath, WCO Environment Programme Manager, WCO Compliance and Enforcement Sub-Directorate, roux.raath@wcoomd.org.


World Customs Organization

WCO diagnostic mission to Côte d’Ivoire

The WCO supports the Directorate General of Customs (DGD) of Côte d’Ivoire in its efforts to strengthen its tariff classification and Customs valuation control infrastructure, which will enable it to carry out its work effectively and independently.


World Customs Organization

WCO launches the Security Project for West and Central Africa

On the occasion of the 23rd Conference of Directors General of Customs of the WCO West and Central Africa (WCA) Region, the WCO launched its new Security Project during a ceremony held in Conakry, Guinea on 25 April 2018.


World Trade Organization

DG Azevêdo addresses the Informal Dialogue on Investment Facilitation

Director-General Roberto Azevêdo addressed a meeting of the Informal Dialogue on Investment Facilitation for Development held at the WTO on 23 April, which focused on improving the transparency and predictability of investment measures.


World Trade Organization

South Africa lunch safeguard investigation on “Other screws fully threaded with hexagon heads made of steel”

On 23 April 2018, South Africa notified the WTO’s Committee on Safeguards that it initiated on 20 April 2018 a safeguard investigation on “other screws fully threaded with hexagon heads made of steel”.


World Trade Organization

Members reiterate concerns over waste products, feed wheat, pulses and other goods

WTO members expressed once again concerns over measures affecting waste products, feed wheat, pulses and other goods at the 20 April meeting of the Committee on Import Licensing. The Committee also elected its new chair, Ms Lorena Rivera Orjuela (Colombia).


World Trade Organization

WTO reports improved notification of preferential rules of origin for LDCs

Most WTO members with preferential rules of origin programmes for least developed countries (LDCs) have notified their programmes to the WTO as well as data concerning their preferential imports from LDCs as required under the relevant 2015 Nairobi Ministerial Decision, WTO members were told on 19 April.


World Trade Organization

Registration opens for public access to oral hearing in “US — Large Civil Aircraft” appeal

At the request of the European Union and the United States in the dispute “United States — Measures Affecting Trade in Large Civil Aircraft (Second Complaint) — Recourse to Article 21.5 of the DSU by the European Union” (DS353), the Appellate Body has authorized access to the oral hearing for WTO members and the general public via delayed broadcast. The video broadcast will take place at 13.00 on 8 May at the WTO’s headquarters in Geneva.


World Trade Organization

Introductory Trade Policy Course for least-developed countries concludes at the WTO

An Introductory Trade Policy Course for least-developed countries (LDCs) concluded on 27 April, with closing remarks delivered by Ms Bridget Chilala, Director of the WTO’s Institute for Training and Technical Cooperation. Twenty-four government officials from 16 countries attended the course held at the WTO’s headquarters in Geneva. The participants included three representatives from countries in the process of joining the WTO.


World Trade Organization

DG Azevêdo opens symposium on link between trade and natural disasters

A symposium held at the WTO’s headquarters today, 26 April 2018, provided an opportunity for participants to share ideas on how the international trade community can help countries respond to and recover from natural disasters and build resilience to such events in the future. The opening speech was delivered by WTO Director-General Roberto Azevêdo.


World Trade Organization

US, EU safeguard actions under discussion at WTO committee meeting

Recent safeguard actions by the United States and the European Union drew WTO members’ attention at a 23 April meeting of the WTO’s Committee on Safeguards. Delegations also reviewed more than a dozen other safeguard actions taken by members.


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GOV.UK Department for Exiting the European Union

News story: Aviation industry welcomes Brexit roundtable

Transport and post-Brexit ministers meet with aviation industry leaders.


GOV.UK Department for Exiting the European Union

News story: Robin Walker Speech at Community Outreach event

Minister Robin Walker gave a speech to French ex-pats at the Outreach Event Monday evening in London.


GOV.UK Department for Exiting the European Union

Press release: Aberdeen has a bright future post-Brexit, ministers tell industry leaders

Robin Walker and Robert Jenrick visited Aberdeen to meet local businesses and leaders from the oil and gas, and fishing industries.


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Retsliste 30-04-2018 - 29-05-2018

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Dom C-223/17 P Lubrizol France mod Rådet
Dato: 14-06-2018
Toldunion

Frie varevægelser. Appel iværksat den 26. april 2017 af Lubrizol France SAS til prøvelse af dom afsagt af Retten (Femte Afdeling) den 16. februar 2017 i sag T-191/14, Lubrizol France SAS mod Rådet for Den Europæiske Union


Indstillinger
C-34/17 Tilnærmelse af lovgivningerne Donnellan

Sagen omhandler:

Rådets direktiv 2010/24/EU - gensidig bistand ved inddrivelse af fordringer i forbindelse med skatter, afgifter og andre foranstaltninger - forkyndelse af en fordring for en person efter, og ikke før, udstedelse af anmodning om inddrivelse af fordringen i form af den ensartede akt, der hjemler ret til eksekution i henhold til artikel 12 i direktiv 2010/24 - adgang til anfægtelse af eksekution af fordringen ved retterne i den bistandssøgte medlemsstat i henhold til artikel 14 i direktiv 2010/24 - artikel 47 i Den Europæiske Unions charter om grundlæggende rettigheder - ret til en effektiv domstolsbeskyttelse

Generaladvokatens indstilling:

Under de i hovedsagen omhandlede forhold, og under hensyntagen til EU-rettens fulde virkning, er artikel 14, stk. 1 og 2, i Rådets direktiv 2010/24/EU af 16. marts 2016 om gensidig bistand ved inddrivelse af fordringer i forbindelse med skatter, afgifter og andre foranstaltninger ikke til hinder for, at en national ret ved afgørelsen af eksigibiliteten af en »ensartet akt, der hjemler ret til eksekution«, kan:

i) anvende retten til effektiv domstolsbeskyttelse i henhold til artikel 47 i Den Europæiske Unions charter om grundlæggende rettigheder i relation til anmodningen om eksekution

ii) tage hensyn til målene med direktiv 2010/24, nemlig ydelse af gensidig bistand og samtidig sikre overholdelse af retten til effektiv domstolsbeskyttelse i henhold til chartrets artikel 47


Domme
C-34/17 Tilnærmelse af lovgivningerne Donnellan

Sagen omhandler:

Præjudiciel forelæggelse - gensidig bistand ved inddrivelse af fordringer - direktiv 2010/24/EU - artikel 14 - adgang til effektive retsmidler - Den Europæiske Unions charter om grundlæggende rettigheder - artikel 47 - den bistandssøgte myndigheds mulighed for at afslå bistand til inddrivelse, fordi fordringen ikke er blevet behørigt meddelt

Domstolens dom:

Artikel 14, stk. 1 og 2, i Rådets direktiv 2010/24 af 16. marts 2010 om gensidig bistand ved inddrivelse af fordringer i forbindelse med skatter, afgifter og andre foranstaltninger, sammenholdt med chartrets artikel 47, skal fortolkes således, at denne bestemmelse ikke er til hinder for, at en myndighed i en medlemsstat afslår eksekution af en anmodning om inddrivelse af en fordring vedrørende en bøde, der er pålagt i en anden medlemsstat, såsom den i hovedsagen omhandlede, under henvisning til, at den afgørelse, der pålægger denne bøde, ikke blev behørigt meddelt den pågældende, før anmodningen om inddrivelse blev fremsat for nævnte myndighed under anvendelse af dette direktiv.

Tidligere dokument: C-34/17 Tilnærmelse af lovgivningerne Donnellan - Indstilling


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Kommissionens gennemførelsesforordning (EU) 2018/567 af 12. april 2018 om åbning og forvaltning af toldkontingenter for import af pølser og svinekød med oprindelse i Island (EØS-relevant tekst. )

 


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Spm. 288

Kan ministeren redegøre for, hvordan kontrollen med om pakker fra lande uden for EU lever op til reglerne for produktsikkerhed foregår? Hvor mange pakker kontrolleres årligt? Hvilke stoffer undersøges? Gennemføres der test af produkterne i pakkerne for at se, om de lever op til reglerne?  Svar  

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Vil ministeren tage initiativ til at styrke indsatsen for kontrol af produktsikkerheden ved importvarer, så der i højere grad slås ned på udenlandske netbutikker, som snyder med produktsikkerheden til fare for forbrugere og virksomheder?  Svar  

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