Positive result achieved: reduction of the anti-dumping duty from US$13.85…
WFSGI has sent submission, participated in public hearing and requested…
In order to properly reconcile transfer pricing adjustments with customs value, advance customs rulings should be used in order to share the TP policy with the Authorities concerned, as provided by the Trade Facilitation Agreement, and be allowed to neutralize any sanction, clear the delta value and be entitled to get back any potential refund of unduly paid duties.
Tariff and non-tariff barriers have been serious challenges for the footwear sector from decades. In addition to the traditionally high tariffs
and trade defence measures existing for this sector, non-tariff barriers – in the form of technical requirements and customs and licensing
procedures – are on the rise…
The world of logistics has been impacted by the pandemic. Professional logistic leaders, with decades of experience, have no comparison point for what is happening in both ocean and inland transportation.
The Trade Committee is focusing on international trade issues facing the global sporting goods industry, including eliminating trade barriers, defending against trade cases, examining new product safety and testing requirements, removing restrictions that impact WFSGI member company’s supply chains, supporting international trade agreements that benefit the global sporting goods industry.
For more information about the WFSGI Trade Committee please contact:
Marc-Ivar Magnus, WFSGI Vice President, Trade, Corporate Responsibility and Legal, firstname.lastname@example.org