May 22, 2020
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What should we know about customs procedure 42?

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Although customs procedure 42 has been applied in Lithuania for a number of years, there are still questions from declarants and companies on how to declare goods and what actions should be taken after customs clearance. We provide an overview of the questions and answers and also point out why fiscal representation in Lithuania is rarely used.
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