Follow the import code

Kirkby, Andrea
June 2000
Cabinet Maker;06/23/2000, Issue 5193, p8
Trade Publication
Discusses the need for retailers in Great Britain to follow Customs and Excise codes when importing goods from Eastern Europe and the Far East to keep costs down. Factors driving increased importation of goods; Need for working out liability before buying products; Importance of getting the right code for imports; Factors that could delay the arrival of imported goods.


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