Peculiarities of legal regulation of customs duties in international trade between People's Republic of China, Russian Federation and the Republic of India (summary of doctoral dissertation)

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The author of the dissertation “Peculiarities of Legal Regulation of Customs Duties in International Trade between the European Union and the People's Republic of China, the Russian Federation and the Republic of India” investigates the legal regulation of customs duties (tariffs) as the main instrument of regulating the international trade in the EU and the peculiarities of its application towards the third countries of the BRICS region, as the leading international trade partners of the EU. In this context, the author uses thematic analysis method and investigates the emerging practice of the international dispute settlement bodies (WTO), the Court of Justice of the EU and national courts (Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania) in the legal disputes concerning the application of customs duties towards the investigated countries. Based on this analysis, the author identifies the problems of legal regulation of customs duties and other related import taxes arising both at the international/multilateral level, the supranational level as well as at the national level and suggests their solutions, relevant to the EU and its Member States (the Republic of Lithuania). By formulating these proposals, the author takes into account the necessity (which was evidenced by the study data), to eliminate the identified gaps and
uncertainties of EU customs law, as well as to ensure the compliance of national practices and legal regulations with the provisions of the EU customs policy.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationVilnius
PublisherMykolas Romeris University
Number of pages60
ISBN (Electronic)78-9955-19-945-8
ISBN (Print)78-9955-19-944-1
Publication statusPublished - May 8 2019

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