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Imports and exports of food and animals

Information updated on 18.06.2021.


in the EU (EU) ensures the free movement of goods, services and capital within the EU. By removing technical, legal and bureaucratic barriers, the EU enables citizens to trade freely and pursue their business across the Union. This means that product quality requirements, rules for relocation and marketing in EU Member States are regulated in a single way.

 

Since the movement and trade of goods with third countries (outside the EU) differs from the fact that third countries may have different requirements and rules, information on the import of goods into the EU (hereinafter referred to as “imports”) and exit from the EU (hereinafter referred to as “exports”) is to be released separately.

 

In the description of the life situation, these topics are grouped accordingly: the trade sections include information on trade and the transport of goods in the EU, and import and export chapters on trade and transport to and from third countries (non-European countries such as the United States, Canada, Russia, Belarus, China, etc.).

 

When trading within and outside the EU, economic operators have access to electronic resources which facilitate the completion of necessary formalities, such as applications, applications and payments by electronic means.

 

Related bodies:Food and Veterinary Service (PVD);State Revenue Service (SRS);Latvian State Radio and Television Centre (LVRTC);Rural Support Service (LAD);Agricultural Data Centre (LDC);Latvian Investment and Development Agency (LIAA)

 

Related life situations:Mana.Latvija.lv

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1. Preparations for international trade 1. Preparations for international trade
2. Trade within the European Union 2. Trade within the European Union
3. Exports to countries outside the European Union 3. Exports to countries outside the European Union
4. Imports from third countries 4. Imports from third countries
5. Customs procedures and charges 5. Customs procedures and charges
6. Support options 6. Support options