Includes any websites pertaining to trade regulations, customs, and standards in this country.
Last Published: 6/3/2016

EU websites:

Online customs tariff database (TARIC):
The Modernized Community Customs Code MCCC):
Taxation and Customs Union:
Security and Safety Amendment to the Customs Code - Regulation (EC) 648/2005:
Electronic Customs Initiative: Decision N° 70/2008/EC
Modernized Community Customs Code Regulation (EC) 450/2008):
Legislation related to the Electronic Customs Initiative:
Export Help Desk
What is Customs Valuation?:
Customs and Security:  Two communications and a proposal for amending the Community Customs Code:
Establishing the Community Customs Code: Regulation (EC) n° 648/2005 of 13 April 2005
Pre Arrival/Pre Departure Declarations:
AEO: Authorized Economic Operator:
Contact Information at National Customs Authorities:
New Legislative Framework:
Cenelec, European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization:
ETSI, European Telecommunications Standards Institute:
CEN, European Committee for Standardization, handling all other standards:
Standardisation – Mandates:
ETSI – Portal – E-Standardisation :
CEN – Sector:
CEN - Standard Search:
Nando (New Approach Notified and Designated Organizations) Information System:
Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRAs):
European Co-operation for Accreditation:
Eur-Lex – Access to European Union Law:
Standards Reference Numbers linked to Legislation:
What’s New:

National technical Regulations:

NIST - Notify U.S.:
Metrology, Pre-Packaging – Pack Size:

European Union Eco-label Homepage:

U.S. websites:

National Trade Estimate Report on Foreign Trade Barriers:

Agricultural Trade Barriers:
Trade Compliance Center:
U.S. Mission to the European Union:
The New EU Battery Directive:

The Latest on REACH:
CE Marking:

WEEE and RoHS in the EU:
Overview of EU Certificates (FAS):
Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition:
Trade Agreements:

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