On the 26th of June representatives of the European Union and China met to take stock of our bilateral customs cooperation and to identify ways of improving it further. This was the tenth meeting of the “Joint Customs Cooperation Committee”. Discussions focused on ensuring the safety and security of our bilateral trade, while acting against illegal commerce (counterfeit and pirated products, waste) and fighting financial fraud. These actions go hand-in-hand with providing facilitation for legitimate trade. The increasing importance of e-commerce also featured in the discussions.
- Publication date
- 27 June 2019
- Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union