It is currently critical for the management of companies engaged in foreign trade to ensure that the activities of employees and outside companies (customs representatives, carriers, outsource accounting companies and other intermediaries) in connection with foreign trade operations are in compliance with customs law.
Based on our practice, most problems are a result of mistaken interpretations of customs law, as well as poor communication between a company’s local and global management, between employees in various company departments and between company employees and intermediaries (customs representatives, carriers, outsource accounting companies and other intermediaries).
Thus, companies may face new and increasing customs risks, often involving the failure to comply with customs law…
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