Dr Andrew Grainger looks forward to participating at the forthcoming get-together of experts and practitioners at the forthcoming “Thementag Außenwirtschaft” organised by the Bundesanzeiger Verlag in Cologne, Germany. The event will be held in German on the 29th October 2019. Further details can be found here.
On the 4th July 2018 I had the pleasure of giving evidence to the UK Parliament’s International Trade Committee about the implications of Irish border arrangements on future trade policy along with:
- Tim Morris, Chief Executive, UK Major Ports Group
- Nick Platts, Head of Cargo, Heathrow Airport
On 5th December I had the pleasure of giving evidence to the UK Parliament’s Health Select Committee alongside:
- Richard Freudenberg, Secretary-General of the British Association of European Pharmaceutical Distributors
- Martin Sawer, Executive Director of the Healthcare Distribution Association
- Dr Jeanette Dickson, Vice President of the Faculty of Clinical Oncology, Royal College of Radiologists
On 25th January 2017 I had the pleasure of delivering a workshop at the European Parliament for members of its International Trade Committee (INTA). A recording of my presentation along with that of Dr Juha Hintsa can be accessed online at the European Parliament’s Media Centre.
Our subsequent report was published on the 25 July 2017 and is available for free download.Continue reading “Workshop: Facilitating external trade via border management”
Citation: Grainger, A. (2015) “Customs issues falling under INTA’s new remit”, European Parliament, Directorate-General For External Policies, Policy Department, December, Brussels [doi:10.2861/519192(pdf); 10.2861/568334(paper)]
INTA is the European Parliament’s Committee on International Trade. The purpose of this commissioned study is to provide a concise account about the relation between European Union (EU) trade and customs policies with particular focus on the common external tariff and trade facilitation as well as the external aspects of customs provisions and management.Continue reading “Customs Issues Falling under INTA’s New Remit”