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Trade Intelligence Americas December 2021

January 2022


In brief

Trade Intelligence Americas seeks to capture the essence of selected issues that are of particular interest to businesses operating in the Americas.

Our regional network of customs and international trade professionals share insights on the latest news as well as regulatory and technical developments based on our experience working with business as well as our discussions with authorities – all of which we share in Trade Intelligence Americas.

In this issue, we cover:

  • United States: Carbon border adjustments and international trade: What are the key issues? (feature article)
  • Argentina: The challenge of making payments abroad
  • Brazil: New importation process: What to expect from DUIMP and key impacts for importers
  • Canada: CBSA announces July 2021 verification priorities: What this means for importers
  • Chile: Chilean Customs on the path to modernization and digitalization
  • Ecuador: Ecuador enters trade integration agreement with Chile; is negotiating protocol to the Ecuador-US agreement related to trade standards and transparency 
  • Mexico: Electronic tax bill of lading: key implications
  • Peru: Authorized Exporter: a new facility that can save time and reduce costs
  • Uruguay: Uruguay allows importation of personal goods and vehicles free of taxes for foreign individuals who chose Uruguay as country of residence

Contact us

Anthony Tennariello

Anthony Tennariello

Customs and International Trade Co-leader, PwC US

Maytee Pereira

Maytee Pereira

Managing Director, PwC's Customs and International Trade Practice Co-Leader, PwC US

Mathew Mermigousis

Mathew Mermigousis

Managing Director, Customs and International Trade, PwC US