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EU Customs Code
EU Customs Code

EU Customs Code

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

320 Pages, 6.75 x 9.5

Formats: Trade Paper, PDF

Trade Paper, $74.95 (CA $100.95) (US $74.95)

Publication Date: December 2017

ISBN 9788885486119

Rights: WOR X IT

EGEA Spa - Bocconi University Press (Dec 2017)
Bocconi University Press

Price: $74.95
 
 

Overview

In a world where everyday reality is faced with protectionist pressures and globalization, the knowledge of customs law is an essential skill for companies and practitioners.The book offers the reader a deep analysis of the Union Customs Code (UCC) innovations and changes, starting with international doctrine, which attests to the significant transformation of customs law during the last two decades. The book also deals, in very real terms, with WTO and WCO resolutions and confirms the importance of a common interpretation of customs rules.The book contains an accurate excursus on the new European customs law and the recent case law of the European Court of Justice. It is a “must-have” because it is suitable for different types of readers. It is very useful for academics, customs practitioners, and consultants who want to examine in depth the new customs law from a global and international point of view.

Author Biography

Sara Armella is a Supreme Court lawyer. She received a PhD in International and Comparative Law. She is an Italian representative in the Commission on Customs and Trade of the International Chamber of Commerce, Paris, and a founding member of Green Lane, an alliance of European Customs and Trade Law Firms. In 2016 she was awarded the title of Academic of Customs Law by the International Customs Law Academy (ICLA).