CBAM – Carbon border tax
Dear ladies and gentlemen,
Is your company involved in the import of goods and raw materials to the EU? In July 2021, the European Union adopted a proposal for a new tariff on emissions produced by third-country companies importing goods to the European market.
We would like to invite you to a webinar where we will present to you the current obligations associated with the carbon border adjustment mechanism, the administrative stage of which will likely become applicable already as of 1 January 2023.
We will also discuss the impact of this mechanism on the import of goods to the EU and share with you our tips concerning this area.
The topic will be presented by Aleš Reho and Barbora Novotná, PwC specialists in indirect and ecological taxes.
Presentation of the legislation proposal concerning the implementation of the CBAM
● Purpose of the CBAM implementation
● Industries to be affected by the CBAM
● Procedure for the import of goods subject to the CBAM
Overview of obligations of importers of goods subject to the CBAM
● Administrative requirements and reporting
● Determination of emissions concentrations
● Transition period for the CBAM implementation
PwC support with respect to fulfilling obligations associated with the CBAM
Any queries concerning the topic above can be made throughout the webinar via our live chat. Webinar will be held in Czech. Attendance is free of charge.
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