Customs duties are levied on goods imported into the customs territory of the European Union (‘the Union’) from third countries, i.e. those outside the customs territory of the Union. Countries in full membership of the customs union have no customs duty barriers between them but have a common customs duty tariff against goods from outside the customs territory of the Union. This is to protect Union traders against foreign competition as well as being a producer of tax revenue.

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