Kriativ-techVolume 1, Issue 7, April 2018, Pages: xxxReceived: Nov. 28, 2017;Accepted: Dec. 8, 2017;Published: Feb. 24, 2018


Fernando Campos Pereira, Professor Adjunto do ISTEC



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Fernando Campos Pereira, Uma perspetiva aduaneira do comércio eletrónicoDOI: 10.31112/kriativ-tech-2018-01-17


The international trade paradigm has undergone a major change in the last 20 years, with an increasing impact on the global economy, and is therefore worthy of response by all actors involved in this process, including the authorities that have to intervene in these transactions, as such as the customs authorities, which must fulfill their mission without creating unnecessary obstacles to their realization.


E-commerce, customs authorities, customs duties, customs declarations.


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