4th Advanced Conference on Trade Compliance in the Middle East discusses boosting customs practice in the GCC
Dubai Customs shares with conference delegates its experience in implementing AEO program
The 4th advanced conference on Trade Compliance in the Middle East has discussed ways to enhance customs practice in the GCC towards ensuring reduced cost of trading and increased compliance with trade regulations.
Organized by C5 group, the event was held in partnership with Dubai Customs during 6-7 March. The conference also highlighted, as a top topic of its agenda, Dubai Customs’ experience in the successful implementation of Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) program.
Leading international experts and delegates from key economic sectors such as trade, manufacturing, freight forwarding, and telecommunications, have come together to discuss the latest on how to comply with applicable trade and customs regulations and make the best use of duty relief and certification programs. Particular focus is on the upcoming changes of trade and customs regulations in the GCC, with the anticipated introduction of Value Added Tax (VAT).
The 2-day conference is aimed at providing business agents and trade compliance professionals with up-to-date insights on export controls, sanctions and customs rules from an international speaking faculty of customs and trade enforcement experts.
7 March 2017