What can businesses do during the COVID-19 crisis from a customs perspective to minimise supply chain disruption and what steps can they put in place to ensure Business As Usual post crisis?
Cross-border trade is suffering considerably from the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic. It is not so easy to find your way through the maze of new trade restrictive and trade facilitation measures, and what they mean in the short term and long term for customs and trade management. So it may be helpful to take a step back and look at the main implications and a starting point for prioritisation and action.
We will discuss:
- Measures and reliefs taken by the different tax authorities;
- What we are seeing in practice;
- Possible strategies for the future.
If you are interested, please register here. After registration you will receive a calendar invite and link that can be used to join the event.
PwC is providing live updates on the emergency indirect tax measures introduced in response to COVID-19. We have now added a special section on customs and excise measures. The latest updates will be added continually to GlobalVATOnline.
I hope you will be able to join us for the customs and international trade event on 28 May 28, 14:00 CEST and for any questions about the event you can contact:
Beau Krempel at +31 (0)88 792 5142 or email@example.com.