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Allocation Of EU Tariff Rate Quotas To The UK After Brexit
Tariff rate quotas ("TRQs") allow products within a certain quota to be imported at a lower (or zero) tariff rate than for quantities above the quota.
European Union
15 Aug 2019
Brexit Update
In this article, Chris Chapman provides an update on the current Brexit situation, following the election of Boris Johnson as the UK's Prime Minister.
12 Aug 2019
UK Government Must Reconsider Arms Export Licences To Saudi Arabia
On 20 June 2019, the Court of Appeal (CoA) upheld an appeal by the Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) against the Secretary of State for International Trade
17 Jul 2019
Brexit: Heat But No Light For The UK's International Businesses
Last week's series of Brexit votes in Parliament could mark a profound shift in the trajectory of the UK's exit from the EU
European Union
16 May 2019
The EU's Proposed Framework For FDI Screening Mechanism – Status And Prospects For Adoption
On September 13, 2017, the European Commission presented a proposal for a regulation establishing a framework for screening foreign direct investments ("FDI") into the European Union.
European Union
8 Oct 2018
Entry Into Force Of EU's Modernized Trade Defense Rules
After five years of inter-institutional discussions, the European Parliament ("Parliament") and the Council of the European Union ("Council") have adopted Regulation (EU) 2018/825 ...
European Union
11 Jun 2018
EU Institutions Agree On Draft Trade Remedy Legislation
In Particular, Proposing a Non-Standard Dumping Calculation Methodology to Address Cost and Price Distortions.
European Union
23 Oct 2017
White Paper Provides Further Glimpses Of UK Stance In Relation To Brexit Negotiation
On 2nd February the UK Government published a White Paper setting out its objectives for the upcoming negotiations with the European Union and beyond.
16 Feb 2017
Prime Minister Theresa May Sets Out The United Kingdom's Brexit Negotiation Objectives
In a speech today, Prime Minister Theresa May set out the UK Government's objectives in negotiating the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union.
19 Jan 2017
Brexit: The Tax Implications
Tax is collected in the UK on the basis of domestic legislation, enacted by the UK Parliament. Therefore, the UK's corporate tax code will most likely remain highly competitive and attractive for international businesses.
30 Jun 2016
Impact Of Historic "Brexit" Vote On International Trade
On June 23, 2016, the citizens of the UK voted to leave the EU. This unprecedented decision will have significant implications for everyone and is likely to raise complicated and novel legal issues.
European Union
28 Jun 2016
International Arbitration Legal Update, Second Edition
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators' (the "CIArb") Practice and Standards Committee published three updated sets of guidelines on jurisdictional challenges, applications for interim measures and applications for security for costs.
21 Dec 2015
Digital Single Market Strategy Launched
Today the European Commission issued a strategy paper on the Digital Single Market ("DSM") that includes 16 initiatives to be completed by the end of 2016.
European Union
11 May 2015
WTO Appellate Body Rejects Vietnam’s Appeal Of US Antidumping Duties On Shrimp
The Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization (WTO) has circulated its report in the dispute (reference DS429) brought by Vietnam challenging the imposition of antidumping duties by the United States on imports of frozen warm-water shrimp.
22 Apr 2015
WTO Appellate Body Finds "Public Morals" Exception For Trade Restrictions Includes Animal Welfare
The Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization (WTO) has issued its ruling in the dispute over the European Union’s restrictions on the importation and marketing of seals and seal products.
European Union
9 Jun 2014
European Parliament Adopts Product Safety And Market Surveillance Proposals—Mandatory Origin Labeling Still A Long Way Off
The European Parliament (EP) adopted proposals for a Regulation on Consumer Product Safety (CPSR) and for a Regulation on the Market Surveillance of Products (MSR) during the plenary session of 15 April 2014.
European Union
25 Apr 2014
Conflict Minerals: The EU’s Proposal On Responsible Sourcing
In March 2014, the European Commission proposed a draft Regulation establishing an EU system of self-certification for EU importers of tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold
European Union
19 Mar 2014
Investing In Angola – Between Extremes
Angola is a land of extremes. While many Angolans live in deepest poverty, the Angolan economy is the third largest in Sub-Saharan Africa, with annual GDP growth regularly topping 10% over recent years.
6 Mar 2013
Nigeria – Too Big Too Ignore?
With a population of 160 million, an expanding middle class, an active and increasingly sophisticated banking sector and consistent GDP growth of more than 6%, the Nigerian economy is expected to replace South Africa as Africa’s largest economy by the end of the decade.
6 Mar 2013
State Aid - The European Commission Updates the Special Crisis Regime to Banks
On 6 December 2011, the European Commission published a Communication to extend the application of the special State aid regime for banks that had been adopted during the financial crisis.
European Union
14 Dec 2011
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