CIP 19 (2017) Further update on trading between the EU and Canada

//CIP 19 (2017) Further update on trading between the EU and Canada

CIP 19 (2017) Further update on trading between the EU and Canada

1. Introduction

This Customs Information Paper (CIP) supplements CIP 10 (2017) concerning the EU and Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).

2. Background

CIP 10(2017) informed you of CETA specifically the details on preferential origin and links to the text of the agreement. It was followed by CIP 11 (2017) confirming CETA was not implemented on 1 July as originally intended.

3. Update

The European Commission have published Official Journal L238/9 confirming CETA is to be provisionally implemented from 21 September 2017. From this date provided all of the required conditions are met the preferential rates may be claimed for qualifying goods exported from the EU to Canada or vice versa.

For tariff rates please check the EU TARIC or the UK Online Trade Tariff.

4. Contact details

Any questions regarding the implementation of this agreement should be emailed to: dutyliability.policy@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk.

Issued on 18 September 2017 by Customer Strategy and Tax Design, Customs Directorate, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

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