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17
Jan
From17 January 2013
in Dakar (Senegal)
Organised byEuropean Commission

The *Export Helpdesk [1]* is an online service, provided by the European
Commission, to inform business in developing countries on how to export to
the EU.

Ines Escudero, Export Helpdesk coordinator, will go to Senegal to explain
step-by-step how to reach the EU market.

Just in a few clicks, business can find:

*How?*

It provides business with the full list of requirements its product needs to
fulfill to enter the EU market

*How much?*

It calculates the import tariff applying to its product and informs business
if a preferential tariff applies in its specific case

*How to obtain a preferential tariff?*

It explains the preferential trade agreements applying to its product and
country and informs on how to implement them

It also explains how to prove the origin of a product

*With whom can I do business?*

It provides business with a list of EU trade contacts

*Who is importing/exporting?*

It assists market research by providing detailed statistics on EU trade flows
product-by-product

The *Export Helpdesk [2]* is an online service, provided by the European
Commission, to inform business in developing countries on how to export to
the EU.

Ines Escudero, Export Helpdesk coordinator, will go to Senegal to explain
step-by-step how to reach the EU market

[1] http://www.exporthelp.europa.eu/
[2] http://www.exporthelp.europa.eu/

17
Jan
From17 January 2013
in Dakar (Senegal)
Organised byEU Delegation to Senegal , Senegal's Trade Ministry and Asepex

The *Export Helpdesk [1]* is an online service, provided by the European
Commission, to inform business in developing countries on how to export to
the EU.

The Export Helpdesk coordinator will go to Senegal on 17 January to explain
step-by-step how to reach the EU market.

[1] http://www.exporthelp.europa.eu/

If you have ever been to Honduras, you will know that it is one of the greenest countries in Central America. Forestry has had a long history there and continues to be an important source of energy for the impoverished rural population, as well as maintaining a biologically diverse ecosystem. Over 50 percent of the country is covered in forests, which are also home to indigenous peoples.
Trucks overloaded with everything from cement to oil through rice and sugar crawl along West Africa’s road network, as the roads beneath their wheels crumble under the strain.
Ines Escudero Sanchez uploaded a new Document 4 January 2013

Why to export to the EU?

13
Mar
From
13 March 2013 to 14 March 2013
in Antananaribo (Madagascar)
Organised byEuropean Commission

EU Market Access seminars in Madagascar on "how to export food & clothing to
the EU?" on 13-14 March

Ines Escudero Sanchez uploaded a new Document 4 January 2013

2-pages memo on what you can find at the Export Helpdesk

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Owned by: 
Stefaan Bil
Created: 
7 October 2014

This group facilitates the exchange of information between professionals involved in on-going work in the field of Integrated Border Management (IBM)

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Ines Escudero Sanchez uploaded a new Document 4 January 2013

2-pages memo on what you can find at the Export Helpdesk

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