Issues of preferential and non-preferential origin in complex supply chains

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Economic conditions and costs are likely to worsen next year, and minimising customs costs will be a priority for business. The origin of goods can seriously affect the cost of acquisition and the complexity that must be faced at import.

This webinar explores the issues of preferential and non-preferential origin in complex supply chains. Options for avoiding or minimising customs costs will be discussed.

Content

  • Preferential and Non-Preferential Origin – Principles
  • Complex supply chain examples
  • Case study – impact of rules of origin on supply chain costs
  • Options for minimising problems

Slides are provided in Resources section.

Contacts

Your questions are welcome at CKI@customsknowledgeinstitute.org

Resources are available after purchase.

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