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Two Birds doubles down on disputes

February 7, 2017, Commercial Dispute Resolution

Péter Balás is quoted in a Commercial Dispute Resolution article regarding forthcoming Brexit negotiations and the impact on tax and customs duties. Commenting on Theresa May’s signal of a changed relationship with the EU’s customs union, Balás says that such a relationship made the application of customs controls “unavoidable,” with the United Kingdom aiming “to negotiate such terms which are the least burdensome for business by allowing the fast and simple processing of goods.”

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