How to export to the EU

EENI- School of International Business

Subject: How to export to the European Union. Goods imported into the EU. Syllabus:

  1. The import procedures of the European Union
  2. The new Union Customs Code
  3. The EU Help System: Export Helpdesk
  4. The economic operator registration and identification number (EORI)
  5. The entry summary declaration
  6. The customs destination
  7. The Customs warehouses
  8. The Single Administrative Document (DUA)
  9. The customs value
  10. Sanitary and phytosanitary requirements
  11. Environmental requirements
  12. Technical requirements. The CE Marking of European Conformity
  13. Case Study. Requirements for exporting coffee, cotton t-shirts and rum to the EU
  14. Excise duties on imports into the EU
  15. The Marketing standards
  16. Tariffs in the European Union. The EU Binding Tariff Information System (BTI)
  17. Import restrictions. Contingents
  18. Antidumping
  19. The Value Added Tax in the European Union
  20. The TARIC database (tariffs and rules on imports of products into the EU)

The objectives of the subject “How to export to the EU” are:

  1. To learn the necessary procedures to export a good to the EU or import from the EU
  2. To know the requirements and standards needed to import
  3. To understand how to identify import restrictions and quotas
  4. To analyse taxes and applicable tariffs
The subject “How to export to the EU” is studied...
  1. Doctorate: Europe
  2. Online Masters: European Union, International Business
  3. Course: Export to the EU

Languages of study English or Spanish Exportar UE French EU Portuguese EU.

Sample of the subject - How to export to the European Union:
How to export to the EU

Description of the Subject - How to export to the EU:

The New EU Customs Code contains all the rules, requirements and procedures for importing into the EU or exporting to the EU from third countries.

All EU countries apply this customs code: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Romania and Sweden.

Both companies and individuals must have the economic operators' registration and identification number (EORI). An exporter who is not a member of the EU must apply.

When a product from a third country enters the customs territory of the EU, the entry summary declaration must be lodged.

When a good enter the EU Customs territory they do so in the form of a temporary deposit (maximum of 90 days) until they are assigned a customs destination:

  1. Release for free circulation
  2. Special Procedures
    - Transit (internal or external)
    - Deposit
    - Special destination (Temporary admission, Final destination, Inward processing / passive traffic)

Union Customs Code



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