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Būdami muitinės tarpininkais sulaukiame tokių klausimų dėl prekybos su Jungtine Karalyste: 

  • ES ir JK pasirašė prekybos ir bendradarbiavimo susitarimą, kuriuo nustatyti "nuliniai" muitai. Kodėl muitinė vis tiek reikalauja muitą sumokėti?
  • Ar pakanka sąskaitoje įrašyti šį sakinį, kad nemokėti muito: "The exporter of the products covered by this document (Exporter Reference No...) declares that, except where otherwise clearly indicated, these products are of ... preferential origin."?

Pristatymo metu ne tik sužinosite atsakymus į šiuos klausimus, bet ir sužinosite:

  • Kokia yra muitų įtaka prekių kainai ir kaip sužinoti, kokie muitai taikomi?
  • Kokios yra prekės lengvatinės kilmės taisyklės ir kaip pasinaudoti muito lengvata?
  • Kaip nemokėti muito tuo atveju, jeigu eksportuotos prekės grąžinamos iš JK į ES?

Resursų dalyje pateiktos ne tik skaidrės bei pristatymo metu aptariama ES-JK susitarimo dalis, bet ir ATMINTINĖ: LENGVATINĖ PREKIŲ KILMĖ, skirta tiek ES eksportuotojui, tiek ES importuotojui.

Kilus klausimams prašome susisiekti el. p. mokymai@muita.lt, tel. 8 664 26393.

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