According to the Registered Exporter (REX) Guidance Document only companies established in the EU are allowed to become registered exporters. Please find below an extract from the Guidance Document (https://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/sites/taxation/files/registered_exporter_system_rex_-_guidance_document_v1_en.pdf).
The UK EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) eliminates all customs duties on goods which originate in the UK or EU – representing the most extensive trade agreement on tariffs the EU has ever made.
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Please join our customs and international trade event on 28 May 2020 at 2pm CEST:
What can businesses do during the COVID-19 crisis from a customs perspective to minimise supply chain disruption and what steps can they put in place to ensure Business As Usual post crisis?Read More »
What can businesses do during the COVID-19 crisis from a customs perspective to minimise supply chain disruption and what steps can they put in place to ensure Business As Usual post crisis?
Cross-border trade is suffering considerably from the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic. It is not so easy to find your way through the maze of new trade restrictive and trade facilitation measures, and what they mean in the short term and long term for customs and trade management. So it may be helpful to take a step back and look at the main implications and a starting point for prioritisation and action.Read More »
On 23 March 2020, the Federal Customs Administration officially published a set of measures to support companies affected by the coronavirus during this challenging time. The package is especially focused on simplifications regarding payment settlement and operational customs clearing handling for specific types of goods and professional groups.
Thousands of British firms will finally be given crucial paperwork that allows them to continue trading with the EU after a no-deal Brexit. After months of demands from businesses, more than 88’000 VAT-registered companies will be given a registration number in the next two weeks that allows EU customs authorities to identify them.
Without the paperwork, known as an Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number, UK firms would not be allowed to trade with the EU after 31 October 2019.
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In accordance with the Turkish VAT Law, importation of goods and services is subject to VAT, and the taxpayer for the importation is defined as the importer. In other words, the importer of record is the party which imports the goods. Please note that tax ID is required for importation procedures; therefore, only a Turkish resident entity may conduct importation.Read More »
The EU Quick fixes, i.e. measures aiming to improve the current VAT system applicable as of January 2020 will require businesses to adapt their systems and processes. We will therefore share with you the first observations collected from the various EU countries that have already released their draft legislation and discuss the practical implementation and steps required to check the readiness of your company in connection with those new rules.
As usually, we will provide you also with an overview of worldwide developments including practical experiences from recent VAT audits in Switzerland and interesting ITX news from locations, such as Bangladesh, India and China.
Prior the judiciary holidays, we will present the latest impacting cases issued by the ECJ with particular focus on the input VAT deduction right and the points of attention for businesses to secure those rights, particularly, in supply chain transactions.
Finally yet importantly, we will discuss the trade wars and the resulting increased focus on customs as with the increase in rates the duties become more important as ever. Since experience shows that businesses are often lacking the necessary controls in this area, our Customs specialists will share their insights on the future developments and present the solutions that businesses could implement to assess their actual position and identify potential saving opportunities.
Thursday 20 June 2019
This event is free of charge.
PwC Geneva, Avenue Giuseppe Motta 50, 1202 Genève
- Patricia More, Tax & Legal Services Principal – ITX, PwC Switzerland
- Konstantina (Nadia) Tsiosta, Tax & Legal Services Manager – ITX, PwC Switzerland
- Kristyna Kaniova, Tax & Legal Services Manager – ITX, PwC Switzerland
- Krisztina Nagy, Tax & Legal Services Assistant Manager – ITX, PwC Switzerland
08:00 Welcome & coffee
08:40 VAT Outlook: EU Quick fixes & Latest ITX developments around the globe
09:00 Impacting Case Law
09:20 Customs update: Trade wars & Insights on Customs processes, management & optimization
10:00 Q&A & networking
10:30 End of the event
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