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Customs: new regulatory requirements for imports in force since march 1, 2021

Date de publication

02 March 2021

EU plant health controls reinforced for inbound goods under 10 CN codes.

 

Following numerous breaches observed during incoming EU controls, extra measures have been put in place, with reinforced plant health controls for imports of certain goods from China, India and Belarus.

 

These new requirements, effective March 1, 2021, will apply until December 31, 2023.

 

They cover 10 CN codes and materials such as marble, slate, timber and granite (see list).

 

Operators are thus required to notify the border control post of first arrival, before these goods enter the EU customs territory.

 

We understand that these plant health controls will cover at least 15% of imported goods covered by the regulation.

 

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