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June 28, 2019

Trade Watch for June 2019

The latest edition of Trade Watch is attached below. Trade Watch is a quarterly communication prepared by Ernst & Young's Customs & International Trade Practice. Highlights of this edition include:


— Global trade is making headlines on a daily basis — video
— What trade executives are currently thinking about global trade disruption
— Technical Committee on Customs Valuation approves advisory opinion on flash sales
— WTO rules in favor of Russia in Russia-Ukraine transit dispute: potential impact on Section 232 disputes


— Trade and customs developments in Central America
— US Customs and Border Protection updates C-TPAT Minimum-Security Criteria
— Overview of recent United States Trade Representative (USTR) Section 301 Report
— Ripple effects of US Government export ban on Huawei
— The 2019 Trump trade agenda: adjusting US trade policy to the realities of the 21st century economy

Asia-Pacific and Japan

— The new era of FTA self-help and of enhanced FTA utilization in Asia
— Enhanced benefits of Australia’s next generation AEO program
— Philippine customs audit: common issues

Europe, Middle East, India and Africa

— WTO Boeing dispute: EU issues preliminary list of US products considered for countermeasures
— Customs valuation and transfer pricing: Hamamatsu — the journey continues
— Recent developments and changes to the European Union Customs Code
— Trade remedial actions in the steel and aluminum sector in India
— South Africa to introduce anti-forestalling measures in respect of excise duties
— Importation of samples for certification purposes in Russia
— Brexit update


Trade Watch for June 2019


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