THE JOURNAL OF EXPORT CONTROLS AND SANCTIONS

Issue 82, September 2019

New guidelines for import and export controls in Peru

Recent changes to Peru’s trade regulation regime seek to facilitate trade, improve supply chain security, and to reward companies that generate ‘administrative trust’. Julio Guadalupe reviews..

Recent changes to Peru’s trade regulation regime seek to facilitate trade, improve supply chain security, and to reward companies that generate ‘administrative trust’. Julio Guadalupe reviews the changes.   The Peruvian authorities recently approved modifications to customs regulations1 designed to ensure that they meet international standards, accelerate foreign trade, and introduce efficiencies to the security of international supply/logistics chains. This suite of changes has been achieved within the scope of free trade agreements and multilateral regimes, including the revised Kyoto Convention (on the simplification and harmonisation of customs regimes); the Trade Facilitation Agreement (related to the streamlining of flows of...

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