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Additional duties have been imposed by the UK government on a number of commodities originating in Russia and Belarus. The new duties will take effect on 25 March. Russian and Belarusian items that have already left the country before the new tariffs take effect on 25 March are exempt. Before 25 March, the products must have fulfilled Russian or Belarusian export requirements and exited those countries. The respective additional duties for Russia can be found…

On 23 March 2022, the European Commission adopted a Temporary Crisis Framework for State Aid measures (TCF) to enable EU Member States to support businesses affected by the economic consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, including energy-intensive businesses. The TCF provides guidance to the Member States on designing national support measures that will be quickly approved by the European Commission under EU State aid rules. First approvals are expected soon. Key takeaways The following three kinds of…

In this episode, our immigration experts from the EMEA region discuss the situation in Ukraine and the impact on the UK visa process for Ukrainian and Russian nationals. The UK recently introduced restrictions and concessions to react to the current situation. We highlight some of the key issues that your in-house counsel, HR team and employees need to consider. We also provide an outlook on further future changes. Click here to listen to the video…

Due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine that started in late February 2022, on 3 March 2022, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the Law of Ukraine “On the Basic Principles of Forced Expropriation in Ukraine of Property of the Russian Federation and Its Residents” (“Law”). The Law came into force on 7 March 2022 and is aimed at enabling Ukrainian authorities to expropriate the property owned by the Russian Federation and its residents for…