|Author:||Anne van de Heetkamp,Ruud Tusveld|
|Publisher:||Springer; 2011 edition (July 19, 2011)|
|Other formats:||mobi rtf lrf lrf|
Authors: van de Heetkamp, Anne, Tusveld, Ruud.
Through the creation of a single, auditable, and global platform, companies are enabled to successfully claim preferential. Authors: van de Heetkamp, Anne, Tusveld, Ruud. Approaches the topic from a practical perspective, providing the relevant theoretical backdrop yet allowing a practical understanding of how to benefit from FTAs. Relevant to both practitioners and students - provides enough theory and practice combined to use the book in multiple settings.
By Anne van de Heetkamp, Ruud Tusveld.
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Through the creation of a single. Ruud Tusveld is partner in charge of the Dutch Customs and international trade practice of PwC, leader of the PwC EMEA Customs & International Trade group as well as global coordinator for the PwC Customs network worldwide as a member of the global indirect tax leaderships team of PwC.
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Rules of Origin in Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) determine products that are eligible for preferential tariff treatment. concepts and criteria required in conferring origins to goods that will make a difference to whether these rules will contribute to making the TPP a 21st Century high-quality Agreement. The outcome of the negotiations on ROOs in the TPP is positive
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Anne van de Heetkamp. Ruud Tusveld Ruud Tusveld. Free Trade Agreements, Regional Trade Agreements, or Preferential Trade Agreements have been in place for as long as duties have been in place. Rules of Origin are the set of rules that are used to identify the Country of Origin of an exported item and to determine the eligibility for preferential treatment for the item. Examples on specific Rules of Origin, reduction tables, up-to-date HS codes, and solicitation procedures may have led to the conclusion that preferential treatment is not as easy to obtain as it seems.