The Community Customs Code (CCC) establishes which is the customs territory of the European Union that differs from the global one because some parts of it are excluded. This means that in the excluded territories, although part of the Union, goods cannot move freely but are still subject to customs operations.
The excluded territories are as follows:
– The Faroe Islands (Denmark);
– Greenland (Denmark);
– Ceuta and Melilla (Spain);
– St. Pierre et Miquelon, Mayotte (France);
– Livigno, Campione d’Italia (Italy);
– Territorial waters of Lake Lugano (Italy);
– Channel Islands (Great Britain);
– Isles of Man (Great Britain).