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Current Issues Of The New Customs Law

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Slovenian Business Club and Croatian Business Club with the support of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce hosted representatives of the Customs Administration of Serbia at the seminar “Current issues of the new Customs Law”.

The introductory speech was given by the presidents of the Slovenian Business Club, Danijela Fishakov and the Croatian Business Club, Marija Radulović.

Aktuelnosti u primeni novog Carinskog zakona

In their address to the audience, the representatives of the Customs Administration briefly presented the Customs Administration itself, their organization, goals, mission and vision.

In their further presentation, they explained the changes that occurred in the new Customs Law and gave an interpretation of the same. There were changes related to the transit procedure, simplified customs procedures and other relevant issues.

Aktuelnosti u primeni novog Carinskog zakona

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