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Brexit Update: Johnsons Asks for Extension (sort of)

Johnson has this weekend done, what he said he wouldn’t do. Sort of. He asked for an extension, and he also kind of didn’t. Sounds complicated, right? It might be. (Not) Signed, Sealed, Delivered. Based on the Benn Act, Boris Johnson had to ask for an extension. About an hour before the deadline he sent
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Brexit Update: Brexit Vote Delayed Until Tuesday

For the first time since the Falkland War, the Brittish Parliament was in session on a Saturday. They were to vote on the deal that the UK and the EU agreed on last Thursday. Things went different though. Instead of voting on the deal, the MPs voted on the Letwin-Amendment first. What is the Letwin-Amendment?
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EU and UK Agree on a Deal. Will Parliament too?

This morning the EU and the UK have agreed on a new deal. A period of long and hard negotiations has come to an end. If it is up to Juncker and Johnson, the UK will leave the EU on October 31st based on this deal. We’ve got a great new deal that takes back
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More Efficient Customs Procedures in Asia

Europe is not the only region in the world where customs procedures are being made more efficient through digitization and digitalization. Several stories caught our eye this week on this subject. Good news for people trading with and within Asia. Asean nations to exchange trade documents via ASW by year-end Asean stands for Association of
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An important Brexit week

It’s an important week for #Brexit. Again. Reuters reports: To get a deal done, Johnson must master the complexities of the Irish border before getting the approval of Europe’s biggest powers and then sell any deal to the parliament in which he has no majority and which he suspended unlawfully last month. The details of
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[Video] Joint preparations and traffic management for a possible no-deal Brexit

The Port of Rotterdam and the Port of Amsterdam are getting ready for a potential Brexit on October 31st. “No customs documents, no pre-alert, no crossing” Are you prepared? Read more in this article.
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Incoterms Explained: Carriage and Insurance Paid (CIP)

When goods are bought or sold “Carriage and Insurance Paid” (CIP) it means that the Seller delivers the goods to a destination previously agreed to by the seller and the buyer. In that sense, it is similar to CPT. What is different with CIP is the fact that the buyer has paid an additional sum
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Brexit Update: Boris Johnson writes Brexit will happen Oct. 31, deal or not

Again Boris Johnson has vowed to leave the EU on October 31st, whether there is a deal or not. This goes against the explicit wish of the majority of Parliament, who have told Boris Johnson he would have to ask for an extension if no deal is reached. Johnson wrote this in an op-ed in
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Trade Deals Across the World: October Update

In last month’s update, we wrote about Mercosur, new trade deals for South Korea, several deals Trump is working on and some news on Serbia and Russia. The United Kingdom with South Africa and South Korea While talks about Brexit are still ongoing within the UK and between the UK and the EU, the United
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United States Gets Permission to Tax 7.5 Billion of EU Exports

Bad news for many companies both in Europe and in the United States. The World Trade Organization has granted the United States permission to tax up to 7.5 billion us dollars of EU Exports starting October 18th. The World Trade Organization granted the permission after complaints were lodged by the United States against the European
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Ready for Brexit! Customs Support Group Customer Day 2019.

Last week customers from Customs Support Group gathered in Vlaardingen at the Delta Hotel overlooking the river Maas, with ships full of containers passing by all day. We invited our customers to bring them up to speed on all things regarding Brexit and tell them about how we prepared for it and what we are
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Releasing Goods for Free Circulation

When you import goods into the European Union you have to bring them into Free Circulation. Free Circulation means that the goods are cleared by Customs and you can sell them to, or use them in countries in the European Union. How Do You Bring Goods into Free Circulation? There is a standard process for
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