29th September 2020 Following a 12-month transition period, the UK will formally exit the EU on 31 December 2020. If you export or import goods to or from Europe, you are most likely wondering what this means for your business. Here, Gareth Bridgland from Perrys Chartered Accountants, has outlined the main points to help you prepare your company well ahead of the deadline and make any required adjustments as...Read More
New Delhi, Aug. Aug 25 : In an attempt to facilitate faster clearance of imported goods, the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs has extended the facility of deferred payment of customs to public sector undertakings (PSUs). Under the new norms, authorised PSUs would be allowed to clear the goods imported by them through customs first and then pay duty later, within 14 days. “This measure is expected...Read More
MANILA, Philippines – Nearly 5,000 shipments of personal protective equipment (PPEs) for frontliners addressing the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis have been released from ports by the Bureau of Customs (BOC). Information from the BOC Public Information Office on Friday showed that a total of 4,669 shipments of PPEs have arrived in the country from March 9 until April 2. All of these shipments have already been released. On April...Read More
The European Union-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (EUSFTA) has been approved by the Council of the EU and will enter into force on 21 November 2019.
It will serve to strengthen the position of Singapore and the EU as gateways for companies looking to expand their business in our respective regions. Singapore and the EU have a long-standing and robust relationship. We look forward to building even stronger trade and investment links together. By Ministry Of Trade & Industry Nov 8 2019 / MTI https://www.mti.gov.sg/-/media/MTI/Newsroom/Press-Releases/2019/11/Press-Release-on-the-EUSFTA-Entry-Into-Force.pdfRead More