FratiniVergano’s latest issue of Trade Perspectives© is published
- The EU’s new Regulation on prohibiting products made with forced labour: Another attempt by the EU to address an issue along global supply chains
- Imports of intangible goods into Indonesia, including software, are now subject to new Customs formalities
- EU adopts revised Regulation on maximum contaminant levels in food, replacing Regulation No 1881/2006 – Concerns of WTO Members remain
- Recently adopted EU legislation
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