Rules of Origin – Trading with the EU

Rules of Origin – Trading with the EU

The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement secured tariff-free trade for businesses trading between the UK and EU following the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020.

Description

The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement secured tariff-free trade for businesses trading between the UK and EU following the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020.

Rules of origin govern how customs authorities determine the ‘economic nationality’ of goods – either where they are wholly grown, produced or where the last substantial manufacturing transformation took place.

Applied in every Free Trade Agreement (FTA), rules of origin determine country-specific priorities.

How will this Workshop be Presented?

This interactive online half-day workshop combines theory and practise.

We use company examples to illustrate how the techniques presented have been applied in real case studies.

Topics covered

  • What are the Rules of Origin applicable to the European TCA?
  • The importance of Commodity Codes.
  • Preferential and non-preferential Origin
  • The concepts of “Sufficient Working or Processing” and “wholly produced”.
  • Tariff shift and value-added tests.
  • Required Documentation.
  • Internal documentation and procedures.
  • Approved Exporter Scheme.

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