Saturday, August 4, 2018

New Issue: Global Trade and Customs Journal

The latest issue of Global Trade and Customs Journal (Vol. 13, nos. 7/8, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Timothy Lyons, EU Harmonization of Customs Penalties: Work on the EU’s Foundations
  • Pablo Muñiz, EU Harmonization of Customs Infringements and Sanctions Is Needed but the EU Must Proceed with Caution
  • Panayota Anaboli, Customs Law Violations and Penalties in Europe/Where Do We Stand After fifty Years of Customs Union?
  • Santiago Ibáñez Marsilla, Infringements and Penalties in Customs Matters in Spain
  • Mantas Juozaitis, Lithuania and EU Harmonization of Customs Infringements
  • Jose Rijo, The Portuguese Customs Infractions Regime
  • Freddy Desplanques & Amélie de Franssu, Overview of the French Customs Infringements and Sanctions and the Question of Possible Harmonization
  • Michael Lux, Thomas Möller, Eric Pickett, & Alexander Retemeyer, Customs Penalties in Germany
  • Levi Goossens & Bert Gevers, Feasibility of Harmonizing Customs Sanctioning Systems in the European Union: Some Considerations from a Belgian Point of View
  • Wiesław Czyżowicz, Customs Infringements and Sanctions in Polish Regulations
  • Davide Rovetta & Vincenzo Villante, Harmonization of Customs Law Penalties in the European Union: Have the EU Institutions at All Realized It Is a Multilevel, Multisource Complex System? Some Reflections Based on the Italian Case
  • Timothy Lyons, UK Customs Penalties and EU Harmonization