Why should an Incoterm be indicated in a contract for the international delivery of goods?
The Incoterms determine the costs, risks and customs obligations between buyer and seller internationally for the transport of goods. The delivery of goods internationally also implies practical agreements between the seller and the buyer. The Incoterms® rules (International Commercial Terms) were created to determine the legal liability of each party.
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The European Council adopted a ninth package of hard-hitting sanctions against Russia for its aggression against Ukraine.
The new package comes on top of the full EU import ban on Russian seaborne crude oil, and of the global oil price cap agreed with G7 partners, both of which apply from 5 December.
EU and Chile strengthen a comprehensive political and trade partnership
The European Union and Chile have concluded negotiations on the EU-Chile Advanced Framework Agreement. The agreement will deepen EU-Chile trade and investment relations and provide new opportunities for EU businesses in Chile.
How to face unfair trade practices by non-EU countries
A dedicated SME helpdesk making it easy for SMEs to access trade defence instruments.
The SME Trade Defence Helpdesk supports SMEs in the EU to both protect and enforce their rights against unfair trade practices i.e. dumping and subsidies by non-EU countries.
Sell products in the EU — Cross-border delivery of your goods
Companies operating in Europe can benefit from the EU Single Market. Most goods can thus move freely within the European territory, without additional costs or quantitative restrictions. This is called the free movement of goods.