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The Political Guidelines focus on six headline ambitions for Europe over the next five years and well beyond.
The Commission has enhanced its supports to economic operators and customs authorities regarding the determination of the non-preferential origin of e-bikes imported in the EU. The non-preferential origin non-binding list rule for e-bikes, classified under HS heading 8711 60, has indeed been aligned on the one for bicycles.
On 28 September 2020, the European Commission launched a new Customs Union Action Plan, setting out a series of measures to make EU customs smarter, more innovative and more efficient over the next four years. The measures will strengthen the Customs Union as a cornerstone of the Single Market. They also confirm its major role in protecting EU revenues and the security, health and prosperity of EU citizens and businesses.
On 22 September 2020, more than 100,000 exporters are registered in the Registered Exporter System (REX).