On this day, March 7, 2016, by means of Decree 390 the national
government issued the New Colombian Custom Statute.
For the past 17 years Colombia had not undergone any substantive
changes in its customs duties law. However, given that the country
entered global economy through ratification of several free trade
agreements and underwent a change in its commercial dynamics,
during the last two years the national government has been
reassessing current customs duties laws and regulations.
Although the new regulations create big opportunities for
companies involved in foreign trade transactions, they will also
create new responsibilities. Thus we invite you to study and learn
about the new rules of Colombian foreign trade and find out in
which way will these new rules affect your organization.
Si bien la nueva regulación crea grandes oportunidades
para las compañías que realizan operaciones de
comercio exterior también acarreará nuevas
responsabilidades, de ahí que los invitemos a conocer las
nuevas reglas de juego del comercio exterior colombiano y la forma
como impactarán a su organización.
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about your specific circumstances.
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