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Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

UK joins complaint against China over Lithuania

More support has been garnered for Lithuania in a trade row with China.


Imports and Exports | | MIC Customs Solutions |

US and EU resolve decade-long dispute over shellfish imports

Shellfish can now be bought and sold freely again between the US and the EU.


Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

Customs 'must become more nimble and innovative'

Customs systems cannot rest on their laurels with better connectivity making the world ever-smaller, one expert has said.


Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

Africa urged to make the most of its trade pact

Is Africa failing to capitalize on a good thing, or making steady progress on the AfCFTA?


Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

US brings in arbitrators for steel talks - what does this mean for the WTO?

The US could be pushing for the changes it wants to see in the WTO by taking another route towards solving a trade dispute.


Brexit | | MIC Customs Solutions |

Brexit update: With changes afoot, how is the UK/EU divorce going now?

January can often be a gloomy month, and it looks like Brexit developments have taken a pessimistic turn in accordance with this.


Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

World trade 'should not go back to normal'

A better trading system could be built from the ashes of the pandemic, it has been suggested.


Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

South Korea and GCC keen to reach a trade deal

Ministers in South Korea and the Gulf nations have been meeting with a view to boosting economic ties.


Imports and Exports | | MIC Customs Solutions |

Beer case highlights importance of correct export declarations

A company contravened US federal law by exporting flavored beers, it has been claimed.


Imports and Exports | | MIC Customs Solutions |

US chip exporters may face export controls

If Russia invades Ukraine, exports of particular products from the US to Russia may be stopped.