PLM Week 28 (EU & UK)

The following customs, trade agreements and export control updates occurred in Week 28 (6 July 2020 - 12 July 2020) in the EU and UK


  1. New rules in Union Customs Code package to impact Import Control System 2 , e-commerce and military mobility

  2. Technical Explainer Briefing on the UCC legal package

  3. UCC Amendments - Model Presentation and Speaker Notes

  4. Customs Value, Royalties and Licence Fees - Read what the Court had to say this week!

  5. Bring on meat products from Kosovo, EU says

  6. New exporter Chinese bicycle ADD investigation is a no go

  7. Import Quotas for Rice from Vietnam - how exciting!

  8. Why is the EU still importing US ash wood if it can have pests?


  1. #BrexitReality: Ordinary Food Prices Go Up from 2021 without a trade deal

  2. #BrexitReality: EU-UK Trade Deal or Not - here is what will change regardless!

  3. Getting ready for the end of the transition period with the UK: European Commission adopts “readiness” Communication

  4. Barnier To UK Lords Committee: It is not Europe that should bear the consequences of Brexit - Full Transcript


  1. The dangerous US-China "tit-for-tat" strategy that kills off global trade: Is Export Control next?

  2. Free Export Control Training by UK' ECJU

  3. Free Video: Introduction to Chinese Export Control Law (Introduction)

  4. Russia responds to UK Sanctions' Listing - Retaliation coming soon?

  5. UK resumes Saudi Arms Sales

  6. Arms and ammunition management according to open international standards

  7. EU comments on China's accession to the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT)



  1. 1 August 2020 - EU-Vietnam FTA: How To Save Money (Webinar)

  2. Commission publishes report on negotiating round with five Eastern and Southern African countries

  3. Preferential tariff scheme between the EU and developing countries

  4. EU-Mercosur Sustainability Impact Assessment (SIA) Report Presentation Meeting

  5. 13 July 2020 Take Part in the Civil Society Dialogue on the EU Trade Policy Review


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