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EPA Handbook – a guide to help EU SMEs import Japanese products

Would you like to start importing food or non-food stuffs from Japan, but are unsure what 'preferential tariff treatment', 'rules of origin' and 'HS codes' are? "How to Import using the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA)" is a handbook for the EPA, can help you find your way and also point you to sources of help and information. The handbook includes straightforward explanations, step-by-step instructions, 3 case studies and other tips.

If you have questions about the EPA, or would like details of webinars on specific EPA topics please contact the EU-Japan Centre's EPA Helpdesk.

Report produced by the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation
Publication date: May 2021

(A similar handbook for EU exporters is also available here)

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