In Covid-19, Algemeen, Internationalisering

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.

For the particular cases outlined on the document published on Taxud website, a number of existing provisions have been identified that provide valid solutions in these exceptional circumstances. The objective is to offer guidance to the concerned stakeholders on practical solutions given by the current legal framework, in order to ensure a uniform application of the UCC even in this time of crisis. As the situation can evolve rapidly and imply further guidance on additional issues, this note is intended as an evolving document that will be updated as needed.

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