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The latest EU Regulations on trade statistics and their relationship with the international recommendations. Valdon ė Kasperi ū nien ė Eurostat. EU legislation as an instrument of quality assurance and methodological harmonisation among EU MS

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The latest EU Regulations on trade statistics and their relationship with the international recommendations

Valdonė Kasperiūnienė

Eurostat

outline
EU legislation as an instrument of quality assurance and methodological harmonisation among EU MS

The link between EU Regulations and international recommendations

Implementation of international recommendations in EU

Outline
trade statistics legislation

EU Regulations in trade statistics :

Directly applicable and binding in all EU Member States

Without the need for any national implementing legislation

International recommendations

is not legal text

is not legally binding for EU Member States

Trade statistics legislation
characteristics of the eu legislation on external trade in goods statistics

Defines detailed requirements for data collection systems, data elements, additional data sources, specific cases, confidentiality and quality framework

Allows high harmonisation among Member States and ensures comparable data quality

Characteristics of the EU legislation on external trade in goods statistics
legislation on trade in goods statistics
Legislation on trade in goods statistics

Intrastat

Regulation No 638/2004 EP& Council

amended by Regulation No 222/2009 of 11 March 2009

Commission Regulation No 1982/2004

amended by Regulation No 91/2010 by Regulation No 96/2010 Regulation (EC)  1915/2005

Extrastat

Regulation No 471/2009 EP & Council Commission Regulation No 92/2010 Commission Regulation No 113/2010

Nomenclatures

Goods: - Council Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87: Combined Nomenclature (CN)

- Commission Regulation (EC) No 948/2009: amending the codes of the CN

- Communication: explanatory note to the CN

Countries: - Commission Regulation: 1833/2006 of 13 December 2006 nomenclature of countries and territories

Custom provisions

Modernised Custom Code and it’s implementing provisions

Fiscal provisions VAT Directive

new external trade in goods regulations and international recommendations
New External trade in goods Regulations and International Recommendations
  • New Regulations - entered in to force in 2009 and 2010
    • To respond to the burden reduction initiatives
    • To enhance data quality requirements
    • To reflect changes in Customs systems within the Modernised Customs Code and find solutions for statistics in case of simplifications applied by Customs
    • To produce new statistics and better use of SAD data – trade data by business characteristics, currency, nature of transaction, etc.
  • The EU Regulations follow to the maximum extent International Recommendations
contribution of eurostat to the development of international recommendations
Contribution of Eurostat to the development of international recommendations
  • Provision of proposals and comments to the virtual discussion forums and world wide consultations
  • Participation at the work of Expert Group and Inter-agency Task Force on IMTS and SITS groups on trade in goods and trade in services
implementation of international recommendations in eu trade in goods regulations

Scope, commodity classifications (HS, SITC), valuation principles, partner country attributions

Introduced change of economic ownership principle

Data elements : quantitative data, second partner country, transport, trader ID, customs procedures, NoT, etc.

Requirements for data quality

Requirements of dissemination of data and metadata

Linking trade and business statistics

Implementation of International recommendations in EU trade in goods Regulations
legislation related to international trade in services statistics
Legislation related to international trade in services statistics
  • The requirements for ITSS are incorporated in EU BoP Regulation (EC) No 184/2005
  • Is output oriented, provides definitions, defines data elements and timeliness
  • Follows principles of international recommendations
  • The new implementing Regulation is passing the legislative process and should be adopted in 2011.