The last few months have seen a number of noteworthy developments for the regulation of products placed on the EU market. Find out which.
After years of debate and various drafts proposed by interested parties, the Thai Cabinet has finally approved the draft Trade Competition bill.
Trade between Singapore and Australia is strong as the value of two-way goods trade was AUD 16.2 billion in 2015. Both countries took steps to make it even stronger when they completed the 3rd review and signed updates to the Singapore-Australia Free Trade Agreement on 13 October 2016.
Thailand’s Securities and Exchange Commission issued a notification which will cover an immediate ban for directors and executives who are fined by the Criminal Fining Committee based upon inter alia unfair trading offences such as insider trading.
Transport Canada recently amended the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations. The Amendments place the TDGR in line with the requirements of the United Nations Manual of Tests and Criteria.
It was today announced that, on 23 June 2016, the British public voted in favour of a so-called “Brexit”, or exit from the European Union
Further to our post on (available here) detailing some of the key changes to EU customs legislation taking place under the Union Customs Code (“UCC”), the European Commission (“EC”) has recently issued some valuation guidance (available here) concerning the interpretation of certain key provisions under the UCC. The guidance covers,…
In February 2016, 12 countries signed the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. We highlight in this post TPP standards on anti-corruption as well as the potential implications on Singapore and Malaysia,
The Australian Federal Court has clarified when a foreign corporation supplying goods to Australian consumers will be subject to the Australian Consumer Law.
The Portuguese Government expressly stated in its government program the commitment to adopt “initiatives to encourage foreign investment in Portugal”.