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By Branimir Rajšić In January 2019, a new Regulation for the Implementation of the Customs Law in Montenegro (“Regulation”) has entered into force. The most significant changes relate to transit under TIR and ATA carnets. There is a new strict method of conducting the movement check for such goods, documents that should be provided to […]

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