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Customs & Global Trade

spice jarsEffective management of global trade decisions and obligations is of strategic significance to a company’s global supply chain. Deloitte & Touche has a market leading network of specialists experienced in Trade compliance & controversy services and Consulting service.We offer services in the following main areas:


Trade compliance & controversy services 

Companies are facing an increasing number of compliance requirements imposed by the countries in which they operate, as well as more rigorous enforcement by tax authorities. Deloitte & Touche offers efficient, cost-effective Customs & Global Trade compliance services including cosourcing and outsourcing options. We help companies reduce risk and provide more timely and transparent reporting through the application of technology based solutions. This approach improves data management and ensures data integrity and accuracy. When controversies arise Deloitte & Touche provides audit assistance, representation and litigation before authorities, advisory opinions and reports

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Deloitte & Touche’s Customs & Global Trade team includes lawyers, accountants, auditors, customs brokers, economists, former government officials, and industry specialists. We advise companies on both fiscal and non-fiscal regulations to help them avoid additional duties, taxes and penalties related to non-compliance, as well as consequences like complete import or export stops (e.g., REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals), Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism , Authorized Economic Operator and others). Deloitte & Touche professionals help companies with a variety of Customs & Global Trade related needs such as optimizing post merger integration by tracking duty risks and opportunities for potential tax deductions and in helping to reconcile and determine consistent support for what is an “arm’s length” or “fair” value for both customs and transfer pricing purposes.

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