When disputes arise between importers of Chinese goods into the EU and the authorities of the individual member states regarding customs duty, VAT, quotas, tariffs or other tax or import related issues, then these cases are often referred to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to find a resolution. Such disputes do affect the manufacturing, pricing and sales of goods from China and will have an economic impact on Chinese exporters either immediately or in the longer term.
In the articles below we explore recent and relevant court cases that have a bearing on exports and economic activity in China. For further information regarding the position of the European Commission regarding particular Chinese-made products please contact Mr Raj Ganguly by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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