Pedetemptim, one step at a time, sentenced the Latin sages. And the national legislator applies this rule to the letter. Almost two years late, it adopts Directive (EU) 2018/1910 and closes the infringement procedure opened by the European Union. The “quick fixes” discipline is, finally, law.
The new regulation of dual-use goods, which came into force on 9th September, provided for the drafting of an internal compliance program, in which companies must express their policy and the commitment of management regarding dual use legislation. (more…)
Italy has violated EU law by exempting from the payment of excise duty on the fuels of private pleasure boats, chartered and used by end users for non-commercial activities; the fact that the rental constitutes a commercial activity for those who make it available to others does not justify the tax exemption in question. (more…)
Almost three years after the publication of the texts of the insurance guarantees, agreed by ADM with ANIA, the parallel work with the Italian Banking Association is also completed, whose pendency until now had created so many problems at the time of requesting a policy to a credit institution. (more…)
We had just written, last week, about a more diplomatic position taken by the EU towards Britain’s defaults and immediately the British government decided to extend once again the controls, so close to the heart of the EU Commission, on imported goods. (more…)
At the meeting of the Commission on Trade Facilitation on 20 July, the WTO Member States took note of the trade facilitation commitments which should be implemented by the end of the year, as well as continuing to work on first revision of the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA).