• Importing into the UK: Customs tips

    http://www.dhlguide.co.uk With information on requirements around invoices, commodity codes, licences and other import documentation, our Customs experts share advice on what importers need to bear in mind to successfully bring goods into the UK. Need more information about Customs requirements for specific destinations? Use DHL's handy interactive map to find out more http://dhlguide.co.uk/interactive-map/ Video Transcript Importing to the UK transcript Simon: I'm Simon Roe Rebecca: And I'm Rebecca Cluer Simon: And we offer Customs Support for DHL Express Customers. Rebecca: Importing into the UK, if your goods are under the value of £15 -- unless they're excisable such as alcohol or alcohol, they will be exempt from any VAT and duty. If the value is between £15 and £135, then ...

    published: 01 Jul 2014
  • UK Import Duty - Commodity codes

    Http://logisticsblog.info This is a follow up video for the UK Import Duty video. Here I show you how to find out you commodity code for products you want to Import or export. UK Import duty is calculated as a percentage of the value. The import duty percentage depends on what the product is and the commodity code give you this information. Commodity codes can be found in several ways -- Arm yourself with product details though (be as specific as possible, for metal products give the percentage make up, ie 80% steel/20% iron)

    published: 24 Apr 2011
  • How To Find Foreign Buyers For Your Export Products

    www.monetizenigeria.blogspot.com -- This shows you how to find genuine foreign buyers for your Nigerian export products

    published: 27 Mar 2013
  • UK Import Duty - Commodity codes www.thecommoditycode.co.uk

    Reviews and Info http://thecommoditycode.co.uk Official Site http://tinyurl.com/cxbwybu Http://logisticsblog.info This is a follow up video for the UK Import Duty video. Here I show you how to find out you commodity code for products you want to Import or export. UK Import duty is calculated as a percentage of the value. The import duty percentage depends on what the product is and the commodity code give you this information. Commodity codes can be found in several ways -- Arm yourself with product details though (be as specific as possible, for metal products give the percentage make up, ie 80% steel/20% iron)

    published: 13 Jul 2012
  • UK Duty & VAT Explained

    When buying goods from outside the EU you’ll have to pay duties and taxes to UK Customs to have them released into the country. Most shipments are subject to Duty and VAT and these are the two main costs to understand before importing. What Duty Will I have to Pay? The amount of Duty you’ll have to pay depends on the declared value of the goods and the type of product that you're importing. Each product is given a different duty rating or percentage. This is normally between zero and 12%. You’ll pay the appropriate percentage for your product on the value of the import. What about Import VAT? VAT on an Import is payable, nearly always at the standard rate, on the amount that you pay for your goods, plus the shipping cost and the Duty. You are effectively paying VAT on everything t...

    published: 12 Aug 2016
  • How to calculate the impact of import and export tariffs.

    A tutorial on how import prices increases consumer surplus and decreases producer surplus, the impact of tariffs and the deadweight loss to society. Like us on: http://www.facebook.com/PartyMoreStudyLess

    published: 13 Nov 2010
  • Most Important commodity imported by United States from India is IIT graduates Indian institute tech

    Most important commodity United States imports from India is People (IIT - Indian institute of tech) Indian brain drain

    published: 02 Nov 2017
  • China Increases Food Imports

    http://learningenglish.voanews.com | http://youtube.com/voalearningenglish From VOA Learning English, this is the Economics Report. A new report says China's demand for food imports will sharply rise in the next 10 years. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development made the prediction. They say China will increase its imports of grains, oil seeds and meat. Angel Gurria is secretary-general of the OECD. He says China's need for food is growing at a time when world food production is decreasing. Imports to China are expected to grow at a yearly rate of three percent to 1.7 million tons by the year 2022. China's imports of crops used to feed animals, called coarse grains, are expected to double by 2022. And imports of oil...

    published: 02 Jul 2013
  • Successfully Exporting Food and Drink into The UK

    A short video guide to importing food and drink grocery into the UK from a route to market perspective.

    published: 26 Nov 2012
  • International Buyers & Sellers for Bulk Commodities

    http://www.worldwideconnectivity.com - International Buyers and Sellers of Bulk Commodities. We at World Wide Connectivity are international Buyers and Sellers of bulk commodities specializing in importing and exporting petroleum and metal products. Our business encompasses Europe, the Middle East, Asia, North America, South America, and Africa. ​ At WWC we work to protect assets, and minimize the potential for losses to our clients. This is accomplished through a unique mixture of methodical tactics and tough standards. We conduct a hands-on investigation to ensure that our products and services remain the best available. We support the international risk management process and their objectives. ​ Our skilled consultants, approach their work with integrity transparency and accountabili...

    published: 04 May 2016
  • Bitcoin is no longer a currency, it is now a commodity

    The perception of Bitcoin has changed drastically over the past two weeks, it is no longer a currency; it is now a commodity. Before Bill Hubard, Chief Economist for TRADE.com and Stephen Pope, Professor of Macro-Economics at the University of Maryland discuss the move they take a wider look at the state of commodities to better understand why this move has been made. We currently have the situation where oil has been moving higher as there has been a sense that the OPEC and non-OPEC parties will come to an agreement on lower production levels. Bond yields are staying low as we are expecting a fed change in the rate in December. The spot price on WTI has been sandwiched between the 50 and 200 DMA. However when the two moving averages hit equality the chart rocketed upwards. The market has...

    published: 09 Nov 2017
  • VAT upon importation

    Want to know more? Contact Maco: questions@maco.nl www.macocustoms.com

    published: 08 May 2014
  • IMPORT DUTY CALCULATOR FOR IMPORTER

    In this tutorial video you can learn about how to calculate import duty for your product or commodity through ICEGATE You can also join & follow on our social media network ► Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ExportImportIndia ► Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ExportImportIndia ► Twitter https://www.twitter.com/exportimport85 ► Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mr.mukesh_kalal ► Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/exportimportind/ ► Tumblr http://exportimportindia.tumblr.com/ ► Website http://www.exportimportindia.in/

    published: 11 Dec 2015
  • Import Export amounts of commodity or product affect forex pair like US and Canada

    Important relationship that will impact your currency cross pairs http://quantlabs.net/blog/2016/09/import-export-amounts-of-commodity-or-product-affect-forex-pair-like-us-and-canada/

    published: 20 Sep 2016
  • International Commodity Trading

    MiDesire Import & Export Co.Ltd - Registered in Vietnam. Guaranteed 100% Clientele Satisfaction. Contact US: midesire@live.com

    published: 06 Mar 2015
  • JSW Steel talks to ET Now about commodity prices and imports in India.

    Mr. Seshagiri Rao, Jt MD & Group CFO of JSW Steel tells how the cheap import is taking a toll on domestic steel players at a time when demand remains flat at 1.5%.

    published: 10 Feb 2015
  • Exporting from the UK: Customs tips

    http://www.dhlguide.co.uk With information on requirements around invoices, commodity codes, licences and other export documentation, our Customs experts share advice on the documentation that is required to successfully export from the UK. Need more information about Customs requirements for specific destinations? Use DHL's handy interactive map to find out more http://dhlguide.co.uk/interactive-map/ Video Transcript We offer customs support for DHL Express customers. When exporting from the UK, your key document will be your invoice. You need to ascertain whether you require a commercial invoice, used for shipments that have been sold abroad, or a pro-forma invoice, which is used for items like gifts or samples that you're shipping to your destination. It's worth considering that...

    published: 30 Apr 2014
  • Import customs clearance for Germany

    Given the German customs authorities’ new regulations, Swiss Post has developed an automated customs clearance solution for the new individual customs declarations which have to be produced on a recipient basis.

    published: 07 Oct 2015
  • Pattern of UK Overseas Trade

    This short revision video looks at the commodity and geographical composition of UK trade in goods and services. The UK is the 9th largest export economy in the world and the 11th most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index. It has 2.7% of world trade.

    published: 02 May 2016
  • How to start an import/export business in the UK - ThisForeignerCan.com

    This Foreigner Can is a social enterprise whose mission is to improve the lives of migrants by helping them to become entrepreneurs. In this video Rafael dos Santos explains how to start an import/export business in the UK. If you are a migrant starting or running a business in the UK and you need help, advice or mentoring please visit our website: www.thisforeignercan.com or email us at: entrepreneurs@thisforeignercan.com

    published: 01 Oct 2015
  • Danish International - A commodities-trading & Import-Export company in Pakistan

    Shayan Mansoori Director Marketing Danish International Danish International is a commodities-trading & Import-Export company with in-depth knowledge of local commerce and strong ties within the Pakistan government trading organizations and Private sector companies. Danish International specializes in trading & imports of various items with main strength being in Conveyor Belts, Textile Testing Machinery, Condensate Room, various type of pumps, Valves all type and MS Seamless Pipe and all kind of Plastic Pipes. They are partners with international companies and are providing strategic alliance and services of excellence in areas of local representation within Pakistan for international/local tenders of various commodities and other imports. The 23rd HVACR Int‛l Expo & Conference is sch...

    published: 05 Mar 2016
  • Amazon FBA - Import Into UK Calculating VAT To Pay HMRC

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    published: 14 Aug 2014
  • Onion Exporter From India @ Navigo Exports Pvt Ltd

    We are exporters/wholesalers of best quality Indian red, pink, yellow, white Onion with other fruits and vegetables and agriculture products. (Red Chili, Rice, Peanuts, Garlic, Sesame seeds, and more). This video shows how Onions are acquired from farmers then sorted, graded, screened and packed for exports. We export all agriculture products from India to countries like Vietnam, malaysia, sri lanka, singapore, Thailand, Philippines, korea, Japan, Cambodia, UAE, Oman, Saudi Arabia, etc. DO NOT COMMENT SPAM. DO NOT DROP YOUR MOBILE NUMBERS IN COMMENT. SUCH WILL REMOVED AND REPORTED SPAM IMMEDIATELY.

    published: 17 Feb 2017
  • Importing from China to the UK: Video Tutorial

    What Importers must know about VAT, import duties, safety standards and other regulations when importing from China to the United Kingdom. Want to learn more? Get your free ebook today on http://www.chinaimportal.com/ebook/

    published: 25 Apr 2017
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Importing into the UK: Customs tips

Importing into the UK: Customs tips

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  • Updated: 01 Jul 2014
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http://www.dhlguide.co.uk With information on requirements around invoices, commodity codes, licences and other import documentation, our Customs experts share advice on what importers need to bear in mind to successfully bring goods into the UK. Need more information about Customs requirements for specific destinations? Use DHL's handy interactive map to find out more http://dhlguide.co.uk/interactive-map/ Video Transcript Importing to the UK transcript Simon: I'm Simon Roe Rebecca: And I'm Rebecca Cluer Simon: And we offer Customs Support for DHL Express Customers. Rebecca: Importing into the UK, if your goods are under the value of £15 -- unless they're excisable such as alcohol or alcohol, they will be exempt from any VAT and duty. If the value is between £15 and £135, then the goods will only be subject to 20% VAT. If the goods are over £135, then they will be subject to the 20% VAT and any duty which is dependent on the commodity code for your goods. Customs duty in the UK is calculated on the CIF value. That is the value of the goods and the shipping costs totaled together, which Customs then use to levy the VAT and any applicable duty on. If the VAT and duty on your products exceeds £2,500, DHL will require a Promise to Pay form to be completed. Exemption to this rule is for importers that have their own Deferment Account with Customs. A Deferment Account can be held with UK Customs for direct payment of VAT and duty and can help to reduce the delays of your products upon arrival into the UK. Simon: It's worth considering that you'll have to have an EORI number, or 'eeyori' number. This allows you to trade internationally and is registered with Customs in your community. Rebecca: It is worthwhile investigating whether the origin of your goods attracts either a reduced rate or nil rate of duty. So depending on whether they have a free trade agreement with the UK, or whether there are certain certificates or documents that the shipper can provide that would allow for reduced or nil rate of duty, such as the ATR document that is provided by Turkey. The reason for import can affect the VAT and duty depending on what you're importing the goods for. If the goods are coming in for repair, for example, DHL can help you to understand what Customs regimes are available to either reduce or remove the VAT of duty from the goods when they are imported. When importing into the UK, DHL have a database called the Customer Master File. This is where we can hold importers' information such as the EORI number, Deferment Accounts and Commodity Codes to be used for your product. We can also ensure that you receive Customs documentation when the goods are imported such as the Customs entry and the copies of the Waybill and invoice. This then needs to be held for your own records for Customs purposes. Shipping internationally and understanding customs can be complex, but we are here to help. We have our own team of exports that can offer support and advice with regards to Customs, and you can also turn to your local Chamber of Commerce and the UKTI for support and advice.
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UK Import Duty - Commodity codes

UK Import Duty - Commodity codes

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Http://logisticsblog.info This is a follow up video for the UK Import Duty video. Here I show you how to find out you commodity code for products you want to Import or export. UK Import duty is calculated as a percentage of the value. The import duty percentage depends on what the product is and the commodity code give you this information. Commodity codes can be found in several ways -- Arm yourself with product details though (be as specific as possible, for metal products give the percentage make up, ie 80% steel/20% iron)
https://wn.com/UK_Import_Duty_Commodity_Codes
How To Find Foreign Buyers For Your Export Products

How To Find Foreign Buyers For Your Export Products

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  • Updated: 27 Mar 2013
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www.monetizenigeria.blogspot.com -- This shows you how to find genuine foreign buyers for your Nigerian export products
https://wn.com/How_To_Find_Foreign_Buyers_For_Your_Export_Products
UK Import Duty - Commodity codes www.thecommoditycode.co.uk

UK Import Duty - Commodity codes www.thecommoditycode.co.uk

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  • Updated: 13 Jul 2012
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Reviews and Info http://thecommoditycode.co.uk Official Site http://tinyurl.com/cxbwybu Http://logisticsblog.info This is a follow up video for the UK Import Duty video. Here I show you how to find out you commodity code for products you want to Import or export. UK Import duty is calculated as a percentage of the value. The import duty percentage depends on what the product is and the commodity code give you this information. Commodity codes can be found in several ways -- Arm yourself with product details though (be as specific as possible, for metal products give the percentage make up, ie 80% steel/20% iron)
https://wn.com/UK_Import_Duty_Commodity_Codes_Www.Thecommoditycode.Co.Uk
UK Duty & VAT Explained

UK Duty & VAT Explained

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  • Updated: 12 Aug 2016
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When buying goods from outside the EU you’ll have to pay duties and taxes to UK Customs to have them released into the country. Most shipments are subject to Duty and VAT and these are the two main costs to understand before importing. What Duty Will I have to Pay? The amount of Duty you’ll have to pay depends on the declared value of the goods and the type of product that you're importing. Each product is given a different duty rating or percentage. This is normally between zero and 12%. You’ll pay the appropriate percentage for your product on the value of the import. What about Import VAT? VAT on an Import is payable, nearly always at the standard rate, on the amount that you pay for your goods, plus the shipping cost and the Duty. You are effectively paying VAT on everything that it costs for you to buy the goods and get them into circulation in the UK. Give me an Example It’s slightly more complicated than this but crudely… let’s assume you pay your supplier $1500 (we’ll call it £1000) for your goods, the UK Duty rating for these particular goods is 5% and the shipping quote is £350. The UK Duty will be 5% of the cost of your goods. 5% of £1000 is £50. VAT is then payable on the cost of the goods, plus the shipping cost, plus the Duty. These total £1400 and VAT at 20% of that is £280. Cost of Goods : £1000 Duty Rating : 5% Shipping Cost : £350 UK Duty : 5% of £1000 = £50.00 Import VAT : £1000 + £350 + 50 = £1400; 20% VAT on £1400 = £280 On this example the total duties and taxes payable to import these goods would be £330.00 (£50 for UK Duty and £280 for VAT) in addition to the £350 shipping cost. For more information on duties, taxes or shipping costs give us a call on 0203 384 0498 or email us on info@shippo.co.uk with the details.
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How to calculate the impact of import and export tariffs.

How to calculate the impact of import and export tariffs.

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  • Updated: 13 Nov 2010
  • views: 148057
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A tutorial on how import prices increases consumer surplus and decreases producer surplus, the impact of tariffs and the deadweight loss to society. Like us on: http://www.facebook.com/PartyMoreStudyLess
https://wn.com/How_To_Calculate_The_Impact_Of_Import_And_Export_Tariffs.
Most Important commodity imported by United States from India is IIT graduates Indian institute tech

Most Important commodity imported by United States from India is IIT graduates Indian institute tech

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  • Updated: 02 Nov 2017
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Most important commodity United States imports from India is People (IIT - Indian institute of tech) Indian brain drain
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China Increases Food Imports

China Increases Food Imports

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  • Updated: 02 Jul 2013
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http://learningenglish.voanews.com | http://youtube.com/voalearningenglish From VOA Learning English, this is the Economics Report. A new report says China's demand for food imports will sharply rise in the next 10 years. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development made the prediction. They say China will increase its imports of grains, oil seeds and meat. Angel Gurria is secretary-general of the OECD. He says China's need for food is growing at a time when world food production is decreasing. Imports to China are expected to grow at a yearly rate of three percent to 1.7 million tons by the year 2022. China's imports of crops used to feed animals, called coarse grains, are expected to double by 2022. And imports of oil seeds are predicted to rise 41 percent. Angel Gurria says China's economic growth is fueling its hunger for imports. He says the country already has a big effect on world food markets. Jose Graziano Da Silva is the head of the Food and Agriculture Organization. He says reducing the large amount of food that is now wasted would help meet the growing demand for food. The rise in the Chinese demand for food is expected to cause grain and other commodity prices to rise. Businesses are taking new steps because of China's influence on world food trade. Last month, the Chinese meat processing company Shuanghui announced a $7 billion offer for the American pork company Smithfield Foods. China is already the world's biggest importer of milk and soybeans. It is expected to become the world's biggest consumer of pork, passing the European Union within 10 years. The FAO and OECD say that will cause international pork prices to rise. For VOA Learning English, I'm Alex Villarreal.
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Successfully Exporting Food and Drink into The UK

Successfully Exporting Food and Drink into The UK

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  • Updated: 26 Nov 2012
  • views: 3441
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A short video guide to importing food and drink grocery into the UK from a route to market perspective.
https://wn.com/Successfully_Exporting_Food_And_Drink_Into_The_UK
International Buyers & Sellers for Bulk Commodities

International Buyers & Sellers for Bulk Commodities

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  • Updated: 04 May 2016
  • views: 261
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http://www.worldwideconnectivity.com - International Buyers and Sellers of Bulk Commodities. We at World Wide Connectivity are international Buyers and Sellers of bulk commodities specializing in importing and exporting petroleum and metal products. Our business encompasses Europe, the Middle East, Asia, North America, South America, and Africa. ​ At WWC we work to protect assets, and minimize the potential for losses to our clients. This is accomplished through a unique mixture of methodical tactics and tough standards. We conduct a hands-on investigation to ensure that our products and services remain the best available. We support the international risk management process and their objectives. ​ Our skilled consultants, approach their work with integrity transparency and accountability. We operate as a single business unit, which allows us to make the best international choices for all of our clients. The result is strong communication, focused expertise for a fast and a perfect execution of the transactions. Thank you, for visiting us.
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Bitcoin is no longer a currency, it is now a commodity

Bitcoin is no longer a currency, it is now a commodity

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  • Updated: 09 Nov 2017
  • views: 292
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The perception of Bitcoin has changed drastically over the past two weeks, it is no longer a currency; it is now a commodity. Before Bill Hubard, Chief Economist for TRADE.com and Stephen Pope, Professor of Macro-Economics at the University of Maryland discuss the move they take a wider look at the state of commodities to better understand why this move has been made. We currently have the situation where oil has been moving higher as there has been a sense that the OPEC and non-OPEC parties will come to an agreement on lower production levels. Bond yields are staying low as we are expecting a fed change in the rate in December. The spot price on WTI has been sandwiched between the 50 and 200 DMA. However when the two moving averages hit equality the chart rocketed upwards. The market has become more balanced. However we have noticed that it is a very steep gain. The acceleration upwards is running out of momentum. It will push the 60 level, but will move lower very soon. When speaking on commodities, Gold is a crucial one to look at. It is very heavily dollar oriented. It has tested 1300 twice. Finally hit 1350. It continues to remain above the moving averages. With the news that the Trump tax plans will be halted Dollar drove upwards. This caused Gold to become far more expensive. Interestingly according to the World Gold counsel, India imposed changes in Tax laws in reference to gold. Physical gold buying in India is at an 8 month low. Conversely Indian imports of Silver are up 152%. Silver is beginning to take hold in the sub continent. Traders do follow the Gold Silver spread very closely. The fact that Silver gets a good amount of the play that gold will have is important. Yet you can get exposure on Silver at a much lower price than Gold. Now Bill and Stephen move on to Bitcoin. The news that the CMA will start a Bitcoin futures contract in Q4 has taken the world by storm. But Stephen stresses that there are  maximum of 21 million coins that can be issued. Now given that there is a limit on Bitcoins brings an interesting viewpoint. Can it be compared to a Fiat currency? Stephen believes not as with Fiat currencies you can expand the amount via QE etc to help control the economy. This is not the case with Bitcoin. When looking at Bitcoin there is the element of creating Bitcoins that must be taken in to light. Currently there is a maximum amount that can be created in a specific time period. There have recently been discussions on increasing the amount of mineable bitcoins in a given time period through an addition to the algorithm called segregated witness. However there has been a fear that there would be a split in Bitcoin and this would add a huge amount of confusion. But yesterday it was decided to pull the Segregated witness plan. There was a worry that it may become diluted and people will move away and look elsewhere. After the announcement Bitcoin traded up to a high of 7888. ​We have seen an increase in Central Banks, Russia and large firms saying they are not fond of Bitcoin. This almost pushed the price down below 7000. They have however at stages considered adding Bitcoin to their reserves. But ​with it being beyond their control, they have stepped back from it. For some of the people that are doubters, it asks the question, are the people involved investors or speculators? Stephen finishes by saying that it is a very capricious commodity, the large percentage swings show that it is not a currency. It is in fact a commodity. Further Information You can see more episodes of Trade.com by using this link: http://www.corelondon.tv/?s=trade.com Core Finance is part of Core London, a TV production company based in Belgravia, London. Core Finance aims to provide its viewers with insightful market commentary, helping investors navigate global financial markets. Making the content provided invaluable to viewers. Our shows are closely followed by fund managers, day traders, retail investors, company CEO's, experienced investors and those new to the financial markets. Core Finance covers all asset classes ranging from currencies (forex), equities, bonds, commodities, crypto-currencies, ETF's, futures and options. Views expressed are solely those of guests and presenters and do not constitute investment advice and are not the views of Core Finance or Core London. See More At: www.corelondon.tv Twitter: @CoreLondonTV Facebook: CoreLondonTV
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VAT upon importation

VAT upon importation

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Want to know more? Contact Maco: questions@maco.nl www.macocustoms.com
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IMPORT DUTY CALCULATOR FOR IMPORTER

IMPORT DUTY CALCULATOR FOR IMPORTER

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In this tutorial video you can learn about how to calculate import duty for your product or commodity through ICEGATE You can also join & follow on our social media network ► Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ExportImportIndia ► Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ExportImportIndia ► Twitter https://www.twitter.com/exportimport85 ► Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mr.mukesh_kalal ► Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/exportimportind/ ► Tumblr http://exportimportindia.tumblr.com/ ► Website http://www.exportimportindia.in/
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Import Export amounts of commodity or product affect forex pair like US and Canada

Import Export amounts of commodity or product affect forex pair like US and Canada

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  • Updated: 20 Sep 2016
  • views: 63
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Important relationship that will impact your currency cross pairs http://quantlabs.net/blog/2016/09/import-export-amounts-of-commodity-or-product-affect-forex-pair-like-us-and-canada/
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International Commodity Trading

International Commodity Trading

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  • Updated: 06 Mar 2015
  • views: 413
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MiDesire Import & Export Co.Ltd - Registered in Vietnam. Guaranteed 100% Clientele Satisfaction. Contact US: midesire@live.com
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JSW Steel talks to ET Now about commodity prices and imports in India.

JSW Steel talks to ET Now about commodity prices and imports in India.

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  • Updated: 10 Feb 2015
  • views: 25
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Mr. Seshagiri Rao, Jt MD & Group CFO of JSW Steel tells how the cheap import is taking a toll on domestic steel players at a time when demand remains flat at 1.5%.
https://wn.com/Jsw_Steel_Talks_To_Et_Now_About_Commodity_Prices_And_Imports_In_India.
Exporting from the UK: Customs tips

Exporting from the UK: Customs tips

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  • Updated: 30 Apr 2014
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http://www.dhlguide.co.uk With information on requirements around invoices, commodity codes, licences and other export documentation, our Customs experts share advice on the documentation that is required to successfully export from the UK. Need more information about Customs requirements for specific destinations? Use DHL's handy interactive map to find out more http://dhlguide.co.uk/interactive-map/ Video Transcript We offer customs support for DHL Express customers. When exporting from the UK, your key document will be your invoice. You need to ascertain whether you require a commercial invoice, used for shipments that have been sold abroad, or a pro-forma invoice, which is used for items like gifts or samples that you're shipping to your destination. It's worth considering that you must have an Economic Operator Registration Identification (EORI) number; this allows you to trade internationally and is registered with Customs in your country. You should consider additional documentation that might be required. This is determined by the destination you're shipping to and the commodity code that is required for your products. It is very important that your commodity code for your item that you're shipping is determined on your shipping paperwork. Ensuring you know your commodity code will allow you to comply with government requirements with regards to export licences. The commodity code for your product determines if an export licence is required for your shipment. When you're exporting with DHL you need to ensure either the licence number or 'no licence required' is shown on your invoice. You may also be required as the exporter to provide original documentation such as certificate of origins, EUR1 forms, ATR certificates, CITES certificates. You should seek advice from your local Chamber of Commerce as to whether you require these docs. How do we ensure our shipment clears its destination quickly? The main issues we see are when the commercial or pro-forma invoice is missing crucial data, e.g. a vague description or the commodity code is incorrect. Exporting from the UK, ensure you have the licences in place and ensure you declare the number on the export paperwork. If you need any additional help to ascertain if your shipment needs a licence, the Export Control Organization can assist you. How can DHL make exporting easier? When shipping internationally there will be destination VAT duty and tax applicable to your consignment. DHL can offer an estimate towards those costs through the Trade Automation Service Tool. TAS allows you to obtain a landed cost for your product, including the shipping costs, destination taxes and destination duties. DHL in the UK will ensure that where required, an export declaration is submitted to HMRC to allow a customer's product to be shipped from the UK. At destination, the import declaration will also be completed by DHL or a local broker. We will ensure a customers products are cleared through customs accordingly. Shipping internationally and understanding customs can be complex but we are here to help. We have our own team of experts that can offer support and advice with regards to customs and you can also turn to your local Chamber of Commerce and the UKTI for support and advice.
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Import customs clearance for Germany

Import customs clearance for Germany

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Given the German customs authorities’ new regulations, Swiss Post has developed an automated customs clearance solution for the new individual customs declarations which have to be produced on a recipient basis.
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Pattern of UK Overseas Trade

Pattern of UK Overseas Trade

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This short revision video looks at the commodity and geographical composition of UK trade in goods and services. The UK is the 9th largest export economy in the world and the 11th most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index. It has 2.7% of world trade.
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How to start an import/export business in the UK - ThisForeignerCan.com

How to start an import/export business in the UK - ThisForeignerCan.com

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This Foreigner Can is a social enterprise whose mission is to improve the lives of migrants by helping them to become entrepreneurs. In this video Rafael dos Santos explains how to start an import/export business in the UK. If you are a migrant starting or running a business in the UK and you need help, advice or mentoring please visit our website: www.thisforeignercan.com or email us at: entrepreneurs@thisforeignercan.com
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Danish International - A commodities-trading & Import-Export company in Pakistan

Danish International - A commodities-trading & Import-Export company in Pakistan

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Shayan Mansoori Director Marketing Danish International Danish International is a commodities-trading & Import-Export company with in-depth knowledge of local commerce and strong ties within the Pakistan government trading organizations and Private sector companies. Danish International specializes in trading & imports of various items with main strength being in Conveyor Belts, Textile Testing Machinery, Condensate Room, various type of pumps, Valves all type and MS Seamless Pipe and all kind of Plastic Pipes. They are partners with international companies and are providing strategic alliance and services of excellence in areas of local representation within Pakistan for international/local tenders of various commodities and other imports. The 23rd HVACR Int‛l Expo & Conference is scheduled from 3rd to 5th March, 2016 at Karachi Expo Centre - Pakistan, being jointly organized by the Pakistan HVACR Society Karachi Chapter and ASHRAE Pakistan Chapter. Exhibitors TV Network is Media Partner of the Event and more videos may be watched at www.exhibitorstv.net
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Amazon FBA -  Import Into UK Calculating VAT To Pay HMRC

Amazon FBA - Import Into UK Calculating VAT To Pay HMRC

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Video - Amazon FBA Import Into UK Calculating VAT To Pay How To Workout Your VAT Costs When Importing From The US To Sell On Amazon UK (FBA) You can get the spreadsheet here: http://www.nichespin.com/workout-vat-costs-importing-us-sell-amazon-uk-fba/
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Onion Exporter From India @ Navigo Exports Pvt Ltd

Onion Exporter From India @ Navigo Exports Pvt Ltd

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We are exporters/wholesalers of best quality Indian red, pink, yellow, white Onion with other fruits and vegetables and agriculture products. (Red Chili, Rice, Peanuts, Garlic, Sesame seeds, and more). This video shows how Onions are acquired from farmers then sorted, graded, screened and packed for exports. We export all agriculture products from India to countries like Vietnam, malaysia, sri lanka, singapore, Thailand, Philippines, korea, Japan, Cambodia, UAE, Oman, Saudi Arabia, etc. DO NOT COMMENT SPAM. DO NOT DROP YOUR MOBILE NUMBERS IN COMMENT. SUCH WILL REMOVED AND REPORTED SPAM IMMEDIATELY.
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Importing from China to the UK: Video Tutorial

Importing from China to the UK: Video Tutorial

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What Importers must know about VAT, import duties, safety standards and other regulations when importing from China to the United Kingdom. Want to learn more? Get your free ebook today on http://www.chinaimportal.com/ebook/
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