One difficulty that the players in international trade face is the understanding of, and compliance with, the legislation. Advice on customs, currency and tax legislation is something that importers and exporters badly need. The establishment of the Customs Union and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) has brought about significant changes in their business. The laws of these two international organisations establish common rules for moving goods and as such must be respected when carrying out trade transactions.
We provide advice to suppliers and importers of foreign goods, including on customs tariffs and fees, import quotas and prohibitions, indirect taxes, licensing, and technical regulations.
For our Kazakhstan producers and exporters we offer our assistance in export duties, advice on applicable quotas and export prohibitions, export control and licensing requirements, and on the introduction and application of government measures to protect domestic markets.
Our experts have extensive experience in accompanying cross-border transactions sale and purchase and distribution of goods, as well as trade financing.
Our multilateral approach is what we consider our strength: we provide advice on currency and anti-monopoly regulation, taxation and other legal issues which often arise when effecting and implementing such kind of transactions. We also represent our clients in arbitrations and litigations relating to trade activities, including disputes with customs authorities on issues pertaining to customs law.