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von Chefredakteur (Kommentare: 0)

Die Industrie und Handelskammer Bielefeld veröffentlich in ihrem Informationschreiben Ostwestfalen International regelmäßig Informationen zum Zoll und zu außenwirtschaftlichen Fragen. Die nachfolgenden Informationen sind dem Informationsblatt April/2018 entnommen.

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 0)

In der Zeitschrift für Zölle und Verbrauchsteuern haben die Autoren Michael Lux, Brüssel, und Peter Scheller, Hamburg über das Thema Verbrauchsteuerliche Auswirkungen des Brexit für deutsche Unternehmen veröffentlicht (ZfZ 8/2017, Seite 1984).

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 0)

The European Commission published the following notice on 22 February 2017 regarding the Trade Faciliation Agreement:

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 0)

On September 3rd, 2016 Azerbaijan’s Cabinet of Ministers published a decree introducing a customs duty exemption on the Import of

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 0)

The Union Custom Code (UCC) became applicable on 1 May 2016. The UCC is part of a modernised EU custom law and replaces the Community Custom Code (CCC).

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 0)

The commission of the European Union published comprehensive guidelines on the new Union Custom code (UCC). The commision states: These guidance documents are of an explanatory and illustrative nature. Customs legislation takes precedence over the content of these documents and should always be consulted.

von Chefredakteur (Kommentare: 0)

The European commission published on 15. October 2015 the following press release on Excise Duties.

Die Europäische Kommission gab am 15. Oktober die nachfolgende Presseveröffentlichung zu Verbrauchsteuern heraus.

von Autorenteam (Kommentare: 0)

The European Union will introduce a new custom code by May 1, 2016. The Union Customs Code (UCC) will leave main parts of recent EU customs regulations untouched.

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 0)

Foreign businesses are able to apply for VAT refunds in Germany. There are of course formal regulations to be followed. These regulations differ for businesses from EU-member states and non-EU located ?

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In today’s world mail order selling has of course increased significantly through the Internet explosion. Mail order companies have to be aware of the fact that they might become subject to Value Added Tax in other EU-member states if they deliver goods to certain customers resident in those states.

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Transport and logistics companies often act as customs agents for their customers (principals). The same applies for warehouses and other service providers. If they lodge tax declarations on behalf of their principals they may become liable for import duties.

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In 2009 the European Union introduced the status of Authorized Economic Operator (AEO). The EU followed an initiative of the World Customs Organization (WCO) to ensure more security and freedom in international trade.

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The European Union has been trying for over a decade to modernize custom’s regulations. Todays regulations in form of the current Community Customs Code (CCC) originate from 1992. There have been political efforts to modernize the current custom law

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On 8 December 2014, the Confédération Fiscale Européenne published the following press release:

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 0)

Social security contributions in Germany are calculated as a percentage of the income. However, there is a maximum income base. Exceeding parts of the income are not subject to social security contributions.

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 0)

The commission of the European Union published the VAT Gap Report 2012.

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The number of foreign companies entering the German market is increasing steadily. In the past mainly global players or international orientated bigger firms went to Germany.

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Foreign entities who want to start business activities in Germany face numerous legal requirements. They also have to deal with various authorities and other semi-official organisations. This article describes authorities and organisations who are in charge of tax and social security issues.

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Foreign entities who want to start business activities in Germany are facing numerous legal requirements. They also have to deal with various authorities and other semi-official organisations.

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 0)

Germany is not considered to be a low-tax jurisdiction. However, under certain conditions foreign companies may profit from favourable tax regulations. This is due to the fact that Germany’s income taxes for corporations are fragmented.