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The article 'What a Customs Lawyer Should Know about EU Value Added Tax (VAT) Law' (8 GTCJ 406, 2012), provided an introduction to the basic commonalities and differences between EU customs and VAT law. Building on that work, this article deepens the treatment of these two areas with regard to a...
Most classification disputes at the World Trade Organization ('WTO') have been adjudicated without decisions by the Harmonized System ('HS') Committee of the World Customs Organization ('WCO') where jurisdiction over classification exists. Why then are tariff classification issues brought to the...
There is little doubt that the past two decades have seen an extraordinary advance in the globalization of the world's economies. In this context, the legal services play a crucial role in facilitating business and form a vital part of the infrastructure that underpins world commerce. As a...
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