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The place to get the latest information and guidance on critical international trade topics, Lunchtime Learning makes keeping up to date with the fast-evolving world of international trade easy, with unmissable exclusive knowledge, tips and tricks shared by our experts.
All recordings can be accessed now from our member-only Lunchtime Learning Library. Read on to find out more about the latest series and how to secure your place at these invaluable sessions.
2024 is set to be another year of change for UK businesses, with new regulations and systems entering force against the backdrop of elections taking place in the UK, US, EU, India and beyond.
Season 3 episodes:
Ep 1: Import rule changes on 31 January under the UK BTOM
Businesses need to stay up-to-date with the changes that are coming in 2024 and how they will impact their business – particularly if you are moving goods that are subject to sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) controls.
Ep 2: Sustainable trade: understand key trends and regulatory changes
The need for businesses to comply with the growing number of regulations relating to carbon emissions and sustainable supply chains is becoming more imperative with every year.
Ep 3: The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism and what it means for your business
The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) is an environmental policy, rather than a customs and trade policy, but it is still something that businesses will need to be aware of.
Ep 4: Explore how UK customs is becoming more modernised
Alongside last year’s Spring Budget, the Treasury made a series of announcements relating to the modernisation of the UK’s customs processes.
Ep 5: Understand how to use the new systems and how the change may impact your customs processes
Exporters will need to be using the Customs Declaration Service (CDS) to submit export declarations by 31 March 2024, with the Customs Handling of Imports and Export Freight (CHIEF) system no longer being operational.
Ep 6: A critical update on the latest changes for export controls and sanctions
With governments increasingly tightening and introducing export controls and sanctions regimes due to heightening geopolitical tensions and international conflicts, it’s important for export control professionals to stay up-to-date with the latest regulatory changes and what they practically mean for your business.