Understanding the Science of Importing for Small to Mid-sized Companies

Posted by Caroline Brown on November 9, 2010

There is a lack of awareness in some small to mid-sized companies (SME) with the amount of tax planning for import duties. Because of this, there are a lot of missed opportunites to reduce company costs. According to Import Duties: Bend Me, Shape Me, Any Way You Want Me in CFO magazine, there are many key strategies to use import duties to your advantage.

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Topics: Global Sourcing, Import Management, Sourcing Analysis

Encouraged Bilateral Trade for Small to Mid-sized U.S.Companies to India

Posted by Annika Helmrich on March 23, 2010

According to American Shipper magazine, both the U.S. and Indian government have announced an incentive to encourage small to mid-sized companies to trade bilaterally between the two countries.

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Topics: Global Sourcing, Export Management, Sourcing Analysis

Understanding the Science of Importing for Small to Mid-sized Companies

Posted by Annika Helmrich on June 26, 2009

There is a lack of awareness in some small to mid-sized companies (SME) with the amount of tax planning for import duties. Because of this, there are a lot of missed opportunites to reduce company costs. According to Import Duties: Bend Me, Shape Me, Any Way You Want Me in CFO magazine this month, it discusses some key points for SMEs to reduce costs as an importer.

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Topics: Global Sourcing, Sourcing Analysis

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