January 22, 2021
Global trade and customs – a journey around the world of customs
Highlights from the Global Trade and Customs book: different cultural approaches to litigation; import VAT/GST in countries with multi-level VAT/GST systems; customs value and transfer pricing. The editor of the book Zsolt Szatmári also reveals challenges of a multi-jurisdictional comparative study. Dr. Karlis Ketners shares the reader‘s perspective.

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