EU – who can act as exporter in 2021


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).

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Netherlands – Change in the Implementation in the Dutch Customs concerning definition of “Exporter” as per April 1, 2020


With the introduction of the Union Customs Code in 2016, a new definition of ‘exporter’ was introduced. Based on this definition, non-EU resident entities no longer qualify as ‘exporter’.Read More »

Export Controls and Sanctions


Photo_RGB_R_NL_JA_D5_00119 Truck, wheels, tires, black, greenExport Controls legislation regulates the export of dual-use and military goods. Trade Sanctions restricts trade with certain countries and entities. To comply you must know which of your products are regulated and, for a given transaction, which country the goods are coming from or going to, the business parties involved and the end-use. Read More »