Customs risk and the business: risk by functions

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The training provides basic knowledge on customs risk and business and focuses on these business functions as the sources of customs risk:

  • Strategic management
  • Finance
  • Procurement
  • Sales and customer services
  • Manufacturing, repair and service
  • Logistics
  • IT

The training is relevant for multinational companies and SME's in every country. It is a part of the course A short guide to customs risk.

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