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Smarter regulation and the regulatory landscape

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Call for evidence on what works and what could be improved across the landscape of UK regulators.

Change made:
Consultation outcome updated.

Conformity assessment testing under mutual recognition or free trade agreements

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When you can use a designated UK-based conformity assessment body (CAB) to test your goods against the importing market’s regulations.

Change made:
Contact details for the conformity assessment MRA team added.

CPTPP: joint ministerial statement in Arequipa, 18 May 2024

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A jointly prepared statement following the meeting in Arequipa of Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) members.

Change made:
First published.

The UK and the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)

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Business guidance, treaty information and other documents to help you understand the UK’s accession to the CPTPP.

Change made:
‘CPTPP: joint ministerial statement in Arequipa, 18 May 2024’ added to ‘UK as a CPTPP member’ section of collection page.

Notice to exporters 2024/12: export declarations move from CHIEF to CDS from 4 June 2024

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All export declarations are due to move from the Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight (CHIEF) system to the new Customs Declaration Service (CDS) by 4 June 2024.

Change made:
First published.

Notices to exporters

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Notices to exporters published by the Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU).

Change made:
NTE 2024/11 and NTE 2024/12 added to the collection.

Export client survey (ECS)

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Annual results from the Export Client Survey which measures the quality and impact of the Department for Business and Trade’s (DBT) export promotion services.

Change made:
Added to the page: Export client reported Impact Survey 2021 to 2022, Export client quality survey 2022 to 23, Technical report – export client reported impact survey 2021 to 22, Technical report – export client quality survey 2022 to 23, Questionnaire for export client reported impact survey 2021 to 22, and Questionnaire for export client quality survey 2022 to 23Removed from the page: Questionnaire for DIT export client reported impact survey 2020 to 2021 and Questionnaire for DIT export client quality survey 2021 to 2022

Notice to Importers 2953: Russia import sanctions

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Import prohibitions in force under the Russia Sanctions Regulations 2019, as amended. It should be read alongside the statutory guidance.

Change made:
Under section 2.1 “Demonstrating supply chain history,” an additional example has been added to the list of acceptable forms of evidence for demonstrating the supply chain history of diamonds processed in third countries through documentation. The new example specifies:”An example of evidence may include, but is not limited to: a verification certificate issued by the Federal Public Service Economy at the Diamond Office, Hoveniersstraat 22, B-2018 Antwerp, Belgium (G7 Certificate).”This update provides users with clear guidance on the specific documentation for demonstrating compliance with supply chain requirements for diamonds processed in third countries.

REUL (Revocation and Reform) Act 2023 statutory instruments

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On this page you will find the complete list of statutory instruments (SIs) which will be laid under the REUL (Revocation and Reform) Act 2023.

Change made:
The Companies Act 2006 (Recognition of Third Country Qualifications and Practical Training) (Amendment) Regulations 2024 SI added to the page under the Negative to Sift section. The Vehicle Drivers (Certificates of Professional Competence) (Amendment) Regulations 2024 added to the page as a ‘Draft Affirmative SI’.

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