Guidance on Customs issues related to the COVID-19 emergency
As a result of the crisis created by the COVID-19 pandemic, questions have emerged concerning the application of customs provisions relating to the customs decision-making process, customs procedures and customs formalities.
Discover 12 forms of international trade partnership
Are you looking for a business partner abroad? Enterprise Europe Network platform connects Brussels with 65 countries. It lists 466 applications and 5781 commercial offers to date under 12 forms of partnership. Who you are interested in? Concrete examples. 1. Buy shares in a foreign company: 35 profiles on the platform can be of interest […]
The Brussels company Beer Mania, which produces artisanal beers and distributes more than 400 references, concluded a partnership agreement with its Japanese counterpart Highbury for exporting Belgian beers to Japan. A negotiated agreement through the support of the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), which supports the internationalisation of European SMEs and which BECI is contact point […]
A database of regulated professions in the Single Market
In Belgium, 131 professions appear on the list of regulated professions. To be able to do so, they require a specific diploma, recognition or qualification. But how can we do a profession abroad, for example in the context of temporary secondment? The European Commission has set up a specific database with the list of regulated […]
Businesses must be aware that good customs management of their import/export operations can enable them not only to comply with the legislation and thus to avoid a penalty, but also to reduce their costs. Customs legislation, if applied correctly and strategically, allows a significant reduction in the financial costs of a company.
Pending the introduction of a definitive intra-Community regime, Europe adopted some specific measures, known as ‘quick fix’, aimed at harmonising certain provisions applicable to intra-Community trade in goods.