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Access2Markets allows you to obtain information you need when you trade with third countries, such as on tariffs, taxes, procedures, formalities and requirements, rules of origin, export measures, statistics, trade barriers and much more. It also allows you to access key information needed for trade in services as well as for investment and procurement in 3rd countries. You may also learn about EU trade agreements, how to benefit from them and read stories on successful companies using them. Access2Markets is here to help you and your business for import and export.

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The Single Entry Point is the first point of contact within the European Commission’s trade department for all EU stakeholders who are facing market access issues in third countries or who find non-compliance with sustainability commitments.

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  • News 29 Nov 2023

    Transitional Rules for Ukraine are now in ROSA

    Transitional Rules will apply to trade between Ukraine and the EU as from 1 December 2023.

  • News 15 Nov 2023

    New Access2Conformity tool

    The Access2Markets contains now a new tool Access2Conformity that allows exporters to verify if exported products could be tested and certified in Europe, instead of (re)doing these procedures in the export destination.

  • News 17 Oct 2023

    Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)

    As from October 1, 2023, Regulation 2023/956 introduced the EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) with the objective to reduce carbon emissions, put a fair price on the carbon emitted during the production of carbon intensive goods imported into the EU and encourage a cleaner industrial production through a methodology for calculating embedded emissions according to the Paris Agreement and the EU Fit for 55 package. This mechanism will be implemented in phases and is aligned with the phase-out of the allocation of free allowances set in the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS).

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