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Customs & Global Trade Law Monitor (UK) - Week 19

Updated: May 16, 2022

It is our pleasure to keep you updated on UK customs and global trade policy changes every week. Refocus your efforts on more important matters, such as growing your company.


Content

  • Northern Ireland Protocol Confusion Can Be Cleared Up With Flexible Border Approach

  • Joint outcome statement: India-UK round three FTA negotiations

  • Round three of negotiations for a free trade agreement between the Republic of India and the United Kingdom

  • New Bill to enable implementation of Australia and New Zealand trade deals

  • OFSI General Licences

  • Financial sanctions, Russia

  • Financial sanctions, Syria

  • Clearing goods entering, leaving or transiting the UK

  • Making an import declaration in your records

 

Updates from Legislation.co.uk


Legislation.co.uk, which is where all the statutory instruments that are relevant to UK customs are published, and it is updated every weekday with a raft of new laws. So we have to check it every day and then report back to you.


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Northern Ireland Protocol Confusion Can Be Cleared Up With Flexible Border Approach

With a renewed emphasis on the EU-UK approach to Northern Ireland, we question why the United Kingdom seeks more escalation rather than constructive partnership. More importantly: Why not accept an 80 percent burden reduction benefiting people and companies during a crisis in the cost of living and War in Europe?


Round three of negotiations for a free trade agreement between the Republic of India and the United Kingdom


The UK government has introduced a bill which will help to bring into force its first independently negotiated Free Trade Agreements in more than 50 years.


Details of General Licences issued by OFSI. Added General Licence INT/2022/1678476


The Russia (Sanctions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 ensure sanctions relating to Russia are implemented effectively after the UK leaves the EU.


Syria is currently subject to UK financial sanctions.This document provides a current list of designated persons. Updated with ‘Latest HM Treasury Notice, Syria, 13/05/2022’


Get your goods cleared by the National Clearance Hub when moving goods into, out of, or through the UK.The section ‘After you’ve submitted’ has been updated with time limits for air freight imports, road freight imports, marine freight imports and exports.


Find out how to declare imported goods to customs by entering them in your own records. This list of goods not to declare in your records using entry in declarant’s records has been updated.


 

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