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EU-Japan EPA Guidance

EU-Japan EPA Guidance News snip 18th December 2019 EU-Japan EPA Guidance Statement of Origin EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) Clear guidance material regarding the appropriate wording to be quoted on ...
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Glossary of Trade Terms

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Trends in International Supply Tenders

An increased focus on corporate governance, smarter procurement practices and improved transparency has led to a quiet revolution in international tendering practice. It is also possible that, in part, this ...
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/ January 2019, Uncategorised

Are You Declaring Your Dangerous Goods?

Hyundai Fortune, Hanjin Pennsylvania, and MSC Flamania, UPS Airline are all recent cases where Dangerous Goods have been mis-declared or damaged in transit causing loss of life or damage to ...
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/ January 2019, Uncategorised

Is International Trade Facilitation Working?

The quick answer to this question is ‘probably not’. If it were working we would stop talking about it and would not need protocols such as the World Trade Organisation ...
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Article 218: The Next Steps

The triggering of Article 50 of the TFEU meant the UK could begin to negotiate an exit deal but it does not cover the negotiations required to set up a ...
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