Foreign Trade Course

Capacitación: Alta Dirección   Duracion: 32 Hrs.

THIS COURSE IS MEANT FOR

Business owners, entrepreneurs, administrators, managers, foreign trade leaders, importers, exporters, trade and logistics staff, customs department, juridical department executives, and staff on training for this level.

DEVELOPING COMPETENCIES

Control, issue analysis, results orientation, planning and organization, and continuing improvement.

OBJECTIVE

From and incorporated vision of the foreign trade implications, the participant will thoroughly know the international commerce keys: benefits, challenges, and potential for his/her company.

TOPICS

I. FOREIGN TRADE ELEMENTS

A. Foreign Trade Theory Principles. Why does foreign trade exist?

– Mechanism

– Economic Theory

B. Globalization vs. Regionalism

C. Foreign Trade Organizations

– Commerce World Organization (CWO)

– Customs World Organization (CWO)

D. Mexico in the Foreign Trade Context

E. Mexico’s Foreign Trade Evolution and Opening Process

F. Foreign Trade Statistics

II. FOREIGN TRADE LEGAL FRAMEWORK

A. Foreign Trade Legal Framework in Mexico

– The Constitution and International Treaties

– Foreign Trade Law

– Customs Law

– General Exporting and Importing Tax Law

– Income Tax Law

– Federal Tax Code

– Added Value Tax Law

– Production and Services Special Tax Law

B. Customs Operations

– Customs Mission and Function

– Customs Staff Participation and Duties

– Tariff Classification

– Tariff Classification Exercises

– Non-Tariff Regulations and Restrictions

C. Customs Regimes

– Definitive

– Temporary

– Tax Deposit

– Elaboration, Repair or Transformation in an in-Bond Facility

– Strategic Fiscal Precinct

D. Customs Dispatch

E. Customs Recognition

F. Customs Administrative Procedures

G. Infractions and Sanctions

III. INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS

A. International Logistics

– Definition and Usage

– Logistics Elements

– Logistics Goals

B. Supply Chain Elements

– Definition Concept

– Production Planning and Control

– Supply and Distribution

C. International Transportation

– Areal

– Terrestrial

– Nautical

– Multimodal

D. Logistic Services Suppliers

E. Election Strategies and Hiring Transportation Suppliers

IV. INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS

A. International Negotiation

– Foreign Trade Strategic Aspects

– Negotiation Exercise

B. INCOTERMS 2010

– Definition

– Importing Origin

– Analysis

C. Trading International Contracts

– Trading Concept

– Property Transfer

– Contract Concepts

– Contract Characteristics and Modality

– Local and International Control

– International Contracts Strategic Aspects

– Contract Writing and Review

D. Insurance and Finance

– Definition

– Insurance and Finance Types in International Commerce

V. FOREIGN TRADE TAX ASPECTS

A. Benefits and Applications of International Agreements signed by Mexico for Importers and Exporters

B. Origin Rules to determine Tax Benefits

C. Origin Certification (importance, key points, types, procedures and petitions)

D. Customs Valuing (determining transaction value and complementary methods)

E. Importation Impact/ Exporting in Income Tax

F. Importing Impact/ Exporting in IETU

G. Importation Impact/ Exporting in VAT

H. Virtual Operations

I. Accounting and Comments

J. Foreign Trade Encouragement Programs

K. Taxpayer Incorporated File

L. Foreign Trade Auditing

VI INTRODUCTION TO DEFENSE MEANS IN THE MATTER OF FOREIGN TRADE

A. General Defense Means

B. Management Resources

C. Nullity Trial before the Tax and Administration Justice Federal Court

D. Legal Protection Proceeding

E. Case Studies

BENEFITS

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