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Imports and Exports | | MIC Customs Solutions |

Chinese exporters turn to Mexico to avoid US tariffs

A new analysis has revealed many Chinese exporters are looking to ship goods to the US via Mexico in order to circumvent large import duties.


Imports and Exports | | MIC Customs Solutions |

Mexico overtakes China as top importer to US

Mexico overtakes China as top importer to US


Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

EU rejects calls for new tariffs on Chinese solar imports

A member of the European Commission has signaled that Brussels is unlikely to impose new tariffs on imports of solar PV panels.


Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

UK breaks off FTA talks with Canada

Talks on a proposed FTA between Canada and the UK have broken down due to disagreements on agricultural trade rules.


MIC Products | | MIC Customs Solutions |

5 reasons you need data analytics for your customs and compliance

Why should your business be adopting data analytics to improve customs and compliance activities?


Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

EU looks for reform of WTO at upcoming summit

The EU's trade chief has set out the bloc's priorities for next month's WTO summit, with reform of the dispute resolution process top of the agenda.


Brexit | | MIC Customs Solutions |

UK 'still dependent on EU' for trade

A new report has found the EU continues to make up more than half of UK trade, despite efforts by Westminster to look for deals further afield.


Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

US agrees to extend truce with Brussels on metals tariffs

A deal to suspend tariffs on goods shipped between the US and EU is set to be extended until at least the end of 2024, it is reported.


Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

EU trade chief still backs Mercosur deal despite objections

The EU's chief trade representative believes a deal with the Mercosur nations can still be reached in the coming months, despite recent setbacks.


Industry News | | MIC Customs Solutions |

EU endorses three-year delay for increased car tariffs

The EU has announced a three-year delay to new automotive tariffs after pressure from industry bodies and national governments.