EU Council and Parliament agree to ban products made with forced labour in the EU market
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3M ago
On March 5, 2024, the Council of the European Union (the “Council”) and the European Parliament (the “Parliament”) reached a provisional agreement on a regulation prohibiting products made with forced labour from being sold in the European Union (EU) market. The regulation would apply to the import and export of products made with forced labour ..read more
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The EU’s new trade tool takes aim at third-country economic pressure
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7M ago
: In an era of growing global economic rivalries, the EU’s new Anti-Coercion Instrument (ACI) aims to shield the EU and member states from coercive pressure by third countries. Entering into force on December 27, 2023, the Regulation on the protection of the Union and its Member States from economic coercion by third countries (EU Regulation 2023/2675), known as the ACI, was published in the EU Official Journal on 7 December 2023 ..read more
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Dentons contributes Eurasia chapter in the Trade & Customs 2024 guide in Lexology Pro’s Getting the Deal Through
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10M ago
Managing Partner Edward Borovikov, Counsel Maria Krestiyanova, Counsel Igor Danilov, and Trade Policy Advisor Taras Povorozniuk from Dentons’ International Trade team in Brussels contributed to the Eurasia chapter in the Trade & Customs 2023 guide, hosted on Lexology Pro’s Getting the Deal Through platform ..read more
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Dentons named "Law Firm of the Year for Foreign Trade Law" at JUVE Awards 2022
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1y ago
Dentons was named "Law Firm of the Year for Foreign Trade Law" by Germany's leading legal medium at this year's JUVE Awards ..read more
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Dentons represents Bibus Metal in successful appeal in Romanian trade case
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1y ago
Dentons’ International Trade team in Brussels successfully represented Bibus Metal’s Romanian subsidiary, S.C. Bibus S.R.L, in a customs dispute before the Court Appeal of Ploiesti, Romania ..read more
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Dentons contributes Eurasia chapter in the Trade & Customs 2023 guide in Lexology’s Getting the Deal Through
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1y ago
Four lawyers from Dentons’ International Trade team in Brussels - Edward Borovikov, Igor Danilov, Maria Krestiyanova and Taras Povorozniuk - contributed the Eurasia chapter in the Trade & Customs 2023 guide, hosted on Lexology’s Getting the Deal Through platform ..read more
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Goods without mandatory digital label cannot be imported into and sold in Uzbekistan
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1y ago
: The Republic of Uzbekistan has adopted the Resolution “On measures to implement pilot projects to expand the list of goods subject to mandatory digital labelling” No. 322 dated 20 May 2021 to prevent the illegal import and sale of certain types of consumer goods within the country ..read more
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Episode 7: USMCA & Trade Dispute Settlement
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1y ago
In this episode, Sean Stephenson speaks to Paul Lalonde about trade-related dispute settlement under the USMCA. More specifically, they discuss the recent dairy and solar disputes currently underway under Chapter 31 of the USMCA, the impact that these disputes can have on business, and how business can be involved in the dispute resolution process ..read more
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European Union set to ban forced labour products
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1y ago
: On September 14, 2022, the European Commission (the “Commission”) published its legislative proposal for a regulation prohibiting products made with forced labour on the European Union (EU) market ..read more
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