Which procedures need to be completed in order to transport goods from one country to another?
Can one freely provide cross-border services or perform intra-Community supplies of goods?
Does one need a licence to export or import certain goods to/from third countries (non-EU Member States)?
How does one benefit from reduced customs duties (certificates of origin, movement certificates)?
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There are currently no duties on the export of goods outside the European Union. However, the exporting business must declare its exports electronically via the Customs and Excise Agency's eDouane Import/Export system. For information on the procedures and...
Since 1990 and the passing of the law on the creation of a public shipping register, Luxembourg has managed to develop an efficient register and an attractive business platform for businesses in the maritime sector. Throughout the years, there has...
Businesses in Luxembourg which produce certain plants, plant products or wood packaging, and plan to move them to another Member State in the European Union (EU) have to apply for a plant passport from the Administration of agricultural technical services...
Police regulations on navigation on the Moselle River (RPNM, from the French) allow for the granting of priority locking rights. Operators or owners of passenger craft may be granted such rights by filing an application and paying a tax within...
Any development or construction work on the public waterway system requires prior authorisation in the form of an occupation permit. That prior authorisation is issued by the Department of Navigation (Service de navigation), and determines the conditions for the installation...
Any private or privileged use of any part of the public waterway system requires prior authorisation. That authorisation (permit) is issued by the Department of Navigation (Service de navigation). It determines the safety and regulatory conditions which must be respected...