EU Customs Policy Developments Supply chain security a case study. Manuela Cabral European Commission. EC APPROACH ON CUSTOMS POLICY. WHY Community approach ? The Customs union (1968) The Single Market (1993) Free circulation of goods, persons, services and capital
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EU Customs Policy DevelopmentsSupply chain security a case study
Manuela CabralEuropean Commission
THE CUSTOMS UNION is a foundation of the EU
TWIN AIMS OF CUSTOMS POLICY:
In the light of the new tasks, customs have to ensure, among other:
Developing secure and interoperable electronic customs systems for exchange of data
Regulation (EC) No. 648/2005
Implementing reg. (EC) No. 1875/2006
Integration of security aspects in customs controls and authorisations for traders
Security amendments to the Community Customs Code
For all goods leaving the Community
A secure end-to-end supply chain with secure trading partners and without weak links !
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