“Export from A to Z” (“Export vid A do Ya”). Issue No. 1

The first issue of the “quarterly Exporter’s reference guide” “Export from A to Z” 

Special for small and medium-sized businesses willing to start exporting we launch the publication of a so-called “Exporter’s reference guide”: easy about complicated matters.

The first issue is devoted to the notion of the Authorized Economic Operators (AEOs) in Ukrainian legislation: who they are, what types of AEO certifications exist, how to obtain a AEO status, and what benefits the AEO status brings. We also interviewed a representative of the AVATAS Company (one of the SMEs), who told us about how the company managed to start exporting and shared with us a couple of useful tips and tricks.

In 2016, we plan to issue 4 publications of “Export from A to Z” newsletter. We highly appreciate your comments and will be happy to get your feedback regarding our first issue.

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