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The Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act controls exports of arms and military-usable goods and technology to prevent them from passing to states, terrorists, or other parties that may threaten the security of Japan or the international community (security trade control). Violations of these export laws and regulations are very severely penalized as unauthorized exports. It is very severe, and in some cases, you may even be sent to prosecution. We will help you establish a right legal system for determining the applicability of your products, screening demanders, and requiring export licenses.This system will prevent you from being subject to post-export inspections by the customs authorities or pointed out by the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI).Our security trade controllers with technical backgrounds and experts in The Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act and the Customs Act provide comprehensive backup. Click here to contact us ⇒.
We interviewed Mr. Shibata, Head partner about the firm and himself. Specialized in international taxation, trade & customs and international business TradeTax International Tax & Accounting Office, with offices in Tokyo and Osaka, have specialized in Trade (trade & customs, Japan/Asia Investment and business). With the Asian economy in the spotlight, we provide tax and business support to foreign companies using Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong China as their Asian hubs. In addition to regular accounting and tax services, we also provide support for companies considering listing on the stock exchanges of Tokyo, Nagoya, Sapporo, and Fukuoka in Japan. TradeTax is a member of the Bansei Securities Group, and our new job is to connect finance and real demand such as international transactions. Reorganization through base transfers within Asia, successful exits, and security trade control compliance linked to Europe and the U.S. are also emerging in new business areas. Extensive business experience and network For business owners who are considering investing in Japan/Asia business Japan/Asia is difficult to understand, with a different language and culture from the West. Expatriates of foreign companies in Japan tell us that they have no idea about taxes and laws, and they do not know where […]
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Shibata wrote in the book “GLOBAL TRADE AND CUSTOMS” (published by IBFD).You’ll find information about trade and customs around the world. The contents of is as follows.Chapter 7 Japan Introduction7.1. Classification of goods 7.1.1. Introduction7.2. Rules of origin 7.2.1. Relevance of rules of origin 7.2.2. Free trade agreements 7.2.3. Wholly obtained goods 7.2.4. Last substantial transformation 18.104.22.168. Value-added method 22.214.171.124. Change in tariff classification 126.96.36.199. Manufacturing or processing operation 188.8.131.52. Insufficient working or processing/Non-qualifying operations/Minimal operations 184.108.40.206. Cumulation 7.2.5. Practical aspects and challenges 7.2.6. Proofs of origin 220.127.116.11. Country of origin certification under the Japan-EU FTA 18.104.22.168. Country of origin certification under TPP117.3. Customs value 7.3.1. Transaction value 22.214.171.124. Amounts included in the transaction value 126.96.36.199. Elements to be included and excluded 7.3.2. Alternative valuation methods 188.8.131.52. Identical or similar merchandise 184.108.40.206. Deductive method 220.127.116.11. Computed method 18.104.22.168. Fall-back method 7.3.3. Most typical challenges 22.214.171.124. Related-party pricing 126.96.36.199. Price adjustments 188.8.131.52. Exchange rate 184.108.40.206. Returns and repairs 220.127.116.11. Advance ruling on customs value7.4. Goods […]
TradeTax East Japan in Tokyo : Atsushi Shibata (Mr.) ,CEO wrote in “Global Trade and Customs: A practical Comparison of Major Jurisdictions” (published in July 2020) by IBFD. What is IBFD? It was founded in 1938 to provide information on tax law around the world and to promote the development of tax law. Today, it is the world’s most prestigious international organization of international taxation. IBFD has more than 70 research professionals in over 30 countries and provide high quality and reliable research and information. In the past, Toshihiko Kuroda of Governor of the Bank of Japan and Hiroshi Kaneko, an authority of Japanese tax law (Awarded Medal of Culture in 2018) were also members of the board of trustees and of the advisory council.IBFD official website ⇒Click here If you would like to know more about the content,Please contact us. ⇒Click