commercial policy measures

Non-tariff measures established in the framework of the common commercial policy, such as EU Customs Glossary
- import or export surveillance or safeguard measures,
- quantitative import or export restrictions,
- import or export prohibitions (Art. 1 (7) CCIP).
Some measures apply to all goods entering or leaving the EC customs territory, others only to release for free circulation or export (Arts 509, 808 CCIP). EU Customs Glossary

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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