Greece: Measures regarding customs duties for intra-Community transfer of goods, other customs provisions
Terms and conditions under which movement of goods between EU Member States are subject to customs (excise) duties
Measures regarding customs duties for intra-Community transfer of goods
Legislation (Law 4955/2022) incorporates into the Greek domestic law Directive (EU) 2060/262 and thus amends provisions of the Greek Customs Code (Law 2960/2001) to revise the terms and conditions under which the movement of goods between EU Member States are subject to customs (excise) duties.
Furthermore, the new legislation clarifies the imposition (or non-imposition) of customs duties in instances when there may be a destruction or loss of goods subject to customs duties. It further reforms the legal framework governing the exercise of the profession of customs representative and the timeframe for the remittance of stamp duties.
Read an August 2022 report [PDF 416 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Greece
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