Posts Tagged "incoterms"

IMO 2020 norm: Global limit for sulphur content

Global pollution is reaching extreme levels, so much so that a number of measures are being taken around the world to try to curb this situation. This is the case with the new IMO 2020 standard, adopted by the International
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Rapid expansion of the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) in Europe and North America.

The Australian and New Zealand authorities have issued a communiqué with guidelines and instructions for dealing with the spread of the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB). The import commodity must be treated against this insect, otherwise the risk of spread
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The European Union reaffirms itself as a defender of free trade

The European Union is preparing two historic free trade agreements with Mercosur and Vietnam, which are characterised by several elements, such as the elimination of import tariffs, simplification of customs procedures, labour rights, protection for farmers, support for SMEs, and
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How to prepare your company for a possible Brexit without an agreement

Prime Minister Theresa May has asked for an extension of Article 50 to prevent the UK from leaving the European Union without an agreement. As we have said on other occasions, Brexit is expected to have major logistical consequences in

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