This brochure introduces some of the intricacies and complexities of import, export and customs management in China and outlines the services offered by KPMG China's Trade & Customs team.
Customs rules can present complex challenges in any jurisdiction. However, if these rules are understood and managed, enterprises can use them to reduce operational risks, manage costs, improve their bottom line and gain favourable recognition in the market. In China, the size of the country can create further uncertainty due to variations in practices or interpretations at different ports of entry. Although these challenges can be met, they do require a commitment of time, resources and strategic planning.
This brochure - Managing Trade & Customs in China (Version January 2019) introduces the intricacies of import, export and customs management in China, opportunities and challenges in customs management, as well as the services that can be provided by Trade and Customs team of KPMG China. The key contents include the following:
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