Trade and customs
The trade and customs group provides services on the movement of goods and services across borders and entering markets.
NCTM has a well-established practice providing tailor-made legal advice on a wide range of customs law matters.
Our lawyers have advised companies and governments before EU and third countries’ customs authorities on market access restrictions, dual use, requests for export licences, technical barriers to trade, tariff-rate quotas, rules of origin, customs classification and preferential tariff agreements.
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