On 19 June 2023, the UK’s new DCTS entered into force, replacing its previous Generalized Scheme of Preferences regime. Under the WTO Agreements, developed countries can grant non-reciprocal preferential treatment to products originating in developing and least developed countries, referred to as “special and differential treatment” (S&D) provisions, normally referred to as a GSP. Countries that grant preferential treatment through a GSP determine eligible countries and S&D provisions unilaterally.
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Daniel Fragiel has been an attorney at the Firm since 2015 and is a senior associate in the Employment & Compensation Practice Group at Baker McKenzie Venezuela. He has over 17 years of professional experience in the area.