European Union Delegation to Singapore

EUSFTA Webinar on Customs

27/04/2021 - 08:07
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The entry into force of the EU-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (EUSFTA) on 21st November 2019 offers significant business opportunities for both EU and Singapore companies and traders.

To tap into the many benefits of the EUSFTA, it is key for business operators to have a proper understanding of the provisions of this comprehensive trade agreement. While ensuring effective customs controls, the EUSFTA aims at promoting trade facilitation and at providing preferential market access for goods originating in the EU and Singapore to each other’s markets. This webinar held on 19th May explored how the EUSFTA provisions on customs, trade facilitation and rules of origin help to ensure that goods produced in the EU and Singapore enjoy facilitated market access. The webinar also touched upon how the various trade facilitation initiatives, implemented by the EU and Singapore authorities at bilateral and multilateral level, aim at strengthening regional and international supply chains. The webinar included the participation of officials of Singapore Customs and the European Commission (DG TRADE and DG TAXUD).

Event agenda: PDF icon programme_eusfta_webinar_customs_19_may_2021.pdf


PDF icon 1_session_1_eusfta_customs_tf_roo_webinar_utilising_the_roo_eu.pdf

PDF icon 2_session_1_eusfta_customs_tf_roo_webinar_utilising_the_roo_singapore.pdf

PDF icon 3_session_1_eusfta_customs_tf_roo_webinar_industry_perspective_-_pwc.pdf

PDF icon 4_session_2_eusfta_customs_tf_roo_webinar_customs_procedures.pdf

PDF icon 5_session_3_eusfta_customs_tf_roo_webinar_eu_aeo_and_mutual_recognition_agreements.pdf

PDF icon 6_session_3_eusfta_customs_tf_roo_webinar_secure_trade_partnership.pdf

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