About this initiative

Reference
Ares(2017)3481530
Type
Inception impact assessment

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Full title

Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council for the exchange of customs related information with third countries

Department
Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union
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  • ECTA (European Communities Trade Mark Association) (Belgium)
    8 August 2017 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)

    ECTA (European Communities Trade Mark Association) (Belgium)

    7 August 2017 ECTA POSITION PAPER EXCHANGE OF CUSTOMS-RELATED DATA WITH THIRD COUNTRIES I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ECTA is very much in favour of a legislative initiative aimed at setting out a global framework governing exchanges of customs-related information with third countries. The reasons for this position will be explained in this paper. We have limited ourselves to assessing whether such a framework would enhance the protection of...

  • Anonymous (Belgium)
    4 August 2017 Business association

    Anonymous (Belgium)

    On behalf of the European Cocoa Association (ECA), we see the initiative as a way to improve change of customs information to facilitate trade , guaranteeing competitiveness and security and safety. We all support such initiatives for less admin burden and acceptance of same documents everywhere. There are indeed systems today but they focus on irregularities or are within trade agreements etc but there is no automated mutual recognition of...

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