Glad to cooperate with the “CCRM Journal” and kindly invite to read its new issue (Vol. 10, 2021)!

Since March, 2020, I have started the cooperation (as the editor) of the journal (available in English) dedicated to practitioners engaged in international trade and customs law: “Customs Compliance and Risk Management: Journal for Practitioners in Europe” (CCRM Journal).

During these almost two years, the Journal was constantly evolving and improving attracting more and more authors from all over the world. Thus, I am glad to share a link to the new edition/issue of the Journal (CCRM Journal, Vol. 10, 2021), which was published in early October of this year.

I am pleased to be able to contribute to the editing and editorial board of the Journal and to announce that starting with this issue, we have updated its design for the convenience of readers and grouped all articles by topics and headings related to individual issues / areas of international trade and customs law (origin, customs procedures, tariffs, etc.).

I kindly invite to take a look at this new version of the CCRM Journal, where it is also possible to find my own insights about the application of EU rules of customs origin of goods in Lithuania and many other interesting articles as well:

Personally (at least for me), one of the most confusing and intriguing issues in the international trade business and its taxation is related to determining the customs origin of goods, i. e. determination of the country from which the goods are to be considered as originating for the purposes of applicable import duties and other restrictions.

In global practice, as the number of bilateral and multilateral international trade agreements expands, new free trade agreements appear, the question oftne arises about the correct application of the rules of customs origin to reduce potential tax risks and burdens, to apply preferential customs duty tariffs.

How can you defend yourself and what can you do if you are accused of incorrectly declaring the origin of goods in import or other declarations – check some answers and insights (based on the practice in the Republic of Lithuania) in the CCRM Journal, Vol. 10, 2021!:

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