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For the sake of clarity, #hauliers are NOT responsible for fulfilling the vast majority of #customs & #regulatory requirements needed to be admitted on board the ferry / in the port area to pick up or deliver goods. This is the responsibility of 1/ ft.com/content/0a37d1…
The #trader (acting as the 'importer' from an EU perspective). That task can be outsourced to an intermediary - of which there is a lack of in the UK so many companies are struggling to find the help they need. The #haulier needs to ensure his/her #driver is in possession of 2/
The right proofs that the required #formalities have been completed & responsible for dealing with the #safety & #security #declaration if the #cargo is transported through #accompanied #transport (which, again, is a task that can be outsourced). 3/
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Voting machine vendor ES&S (44% of US election equipment) gets its control cards from a small Illinois business owned by a man who immigrated to the US from Belarus aka Belorussia. via @SwissTriple_M cc: @NCSBE @RonWyden #SupplyChain 1/
2/ Here is the rest of the thread. At the end, internationally renowned hacker and computer science expert @HarriHursti (co-organizer of #DEFCON27) says these cards have a very large attack surface.
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We're starting day 2 of Roundtable on the Future of Rules of Origin and Utilization Rates by talking about convergence/divergence of product specific #rulesoforigin

@EuropeanUni @UNCTAD @GlobGovProgram @BernardHoekman
Looking at examples of rules of origin where the substance is the same despite different wording - such practices add to the complexity and limit transparency
When it comes to FTA utilisation rates it's extremely difficult to use high-level data to determine where preference has not been used because 1) traders weren't aware of the opportunity 2) goods didnt meet #rulesoforigin 3) something went wrong with certification
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#SupplyChains #India needs to work indipendently with #USA and #China to separate the supply chains headed in the two directions and try to shift as much of them as possible to India
3/n #SupplyChains This is the final opportunity for making India a manufacturing hub, & bring manufacture jobs to India. It would be tragic if we miss this opportunity. I suggest that the new Govt appoint a #MOS(Supply Chains)in @PMOIndia to attract Global supply chains to India.
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