Customs and global trade advisory services in the Middle East
Organizations in the Middle East (ME) engaged in global trade face a maze of complex import, export, and border security regulations. Therefore, Customs compliance obligations and trade regulations must be carefully navigated to maintain compliance and pursue the benefits of cost savings opportunities.
The global focus on national border security issues and trade security programs also requires awareness of compliance obligations and planning opportunities. Other factors that may impact the company’s customs duty position significantly and negatively are the changes in supply chain, sourcing, and the structuring of transactions. Moreover, the demands for internal controls, risk management, and overall competitiveness mandate that companies leverage their financial, accounting, and business systems more effectively.
In this document, we provide an overview of how can Deloitte assist businesses in reaching the right positioning when it comes to Customs and global trade advisory in the Middle East through a range of services and a highly skilled team of indirect tax experts.
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