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Lionel Van Reet

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Lionel has joined Baker McKenzie as Customs Lead in February 2022. Lionel has 20+ years of experience in the field of Customs, International Trade, Excises & Energy Levy. Lionel is lecturer at the UIA (Antwerp) & ULG (Liege). He is in charge of the Customs, Excises & International Trade Course at the Solvay Tax MBA.

In the midst of regulatory developments, increased enforcement and greater coordination amongst customs and transfer pricing regulators, businesses need to stay abreast of the latest considerations with respect to the interaction between transfer pricing and customs valuation within their supply chain.

In the session on 23 June, senior tax and transfer pricing professionals will share their observations on the latest customs and transfer pricing developments in the EMEA region and provide practical guidance on how to mitigate risks on these issues.

Baker McKenzie’s Sanctions Blog published the alert titled UK denies Russia access to Most Favored Nation status and announces the imposition of new import tariffs on hundreds of Russian products on 17 March 2022. Read the article via the link here. Please also visit our Sanctions Blog for the most recent updates.

Baker McKenzie’s Import and Trade Remedies Blog published the alert titled “EU considers removal of Russia’s ‘ Most Favoured Nation’ trade status at World Trade Organisation” on 9 March 2022. Read the article via the link here. Please also visit our Import and Trade Remedies Blog for the most recent updates.

The European Court of Justice released its judgement on 8 March 2022 in relation to Case C-213/19 (Commission v United Kingdom), concerning the UK’s undervaluing of imports of textiles and footwear from China and associated failure to fulfil obligations regarding customs control and the recovery of EU own resources, through failing to adopt measures necessary to combat fraud.