Control and reduce your customs duties with a global trade management solution

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International export and import regulations are constantly evolving. We are reminded of this every day in the news: from Brexit to the transatlantic trade war with its resurgence of (non) tariff barriers, to the OECD’s antibribery reforms in international business transactions and the onslaught of international economic sanctions against Russia following its invasion of Ukraine.

 

With the increase in financial and reputational risks associated with the strengthening of legal instruments to control the compliance of international activities, customs services for companies have become strategic partners. They must optimise the cost of duties and taxes in the face of real internal resource issues, while monitoring regulations and managing customs compliance in day-to-day operations. It is all extremely
time-consuming.


Find out here how to better control and reduce your customs duties and taxes, with a GTM (Global Trade Management) solution.


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