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Global Trade and Customs

Serving as a valuable reference tool, this book provides a comparative analysis of the customs rules in selected countries that play an important role in global trade.

Global Trade and Customs


A Practical Comparison of Major Jurisdictions

Zsolt Szatmári
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Global Trade and Customs
Why this book?
The trading of goods between communities is as old as humanity itself. Trade has shaped civilizations, and along the most important trading routes – such as the Silk Road, the Mediterranean Sea or the transatlantic trade routes – empires were formed. The 20th century has seen the complete globalization of trade and, along with it, an institutional framework that aims to create for it a fair and balanced legal environment.
This book aims to provide readers with a comparative analysis of the customs rules of economies that play an important role in global trade. Whereas most publications discuss the legislation of a given country in detail, the approach of this publication is unique. The information it contains provides a useful overview of customs practices in selected countries, serving as a valuable reference tool for customs professionals and finance managers, as well as other professionals interested in the customs implications of trade.
The book starts with a general overview of customs-related topics regulated on an international level. This is followed by a practical analysis of the most important customs rules in Brazil, the European Union, India, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea and the United States. The country chapters adhere to a common outline, allowing easy comparison of topics between countries.
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