Tuesday, 20 April 2021 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Rules of Origin/Trading with the EU
The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement secured tariff-free trade for businesses trading between the UK and EU following the end of the transition period on 31st Dec 2020.
Rules of origin govern how customs authorities determine the ‘economic nationality’ of goods either where they are wholly grown, produced or where the last substantial manufacturing transformation took place.
This interactive half day workshop combines theory and practice.
•What are the Rules of Origin applicable to European TCA?
• Preferential and non-preferential rules of origin
• The importance of Commodity Codes
• The concepts of “sufficient working or Processing” and “Wholly produced”
• Tariff shift and value added tests
• Required documentation
• Internal documentation and procedures
• Approved Exporter Scheme
All courses are funded by the Fife Economy Partnership in Partnership with Fife Chamber of Commerce therefore places FREE but are limited to one person per company. Numbers are limited and on a first come first served basis. Please contact Morag Durie to book this course at firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited to 1 person per company. This course will be delivered online via Microsoft Teams, you will need a PC with camera and microphone.
This event is part of a Programme of Workshops and Training being delivered as part of the Fife Economy Partnership in conjunction with Fife Council Economic Development, Fife Chamber of Commerce, Business Gateway Fife and Scottish Development International to support businesses accessing new markets.
Although this event is free to attend, an administrative fee of £10 will be applied when you cancel your booking three or less days prior to the event.