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What is CPEI

Tax Definition:-

Customs Procedures with Economic Impact - a blanket term describing a number of Customs procedures which are specifically designed to aid European Union (EU) companies. The procedures involved are Customs Warehousing; Free Zones; Inward Processing Relief (IPR); Outward Processing Relief (OPR); Processing under Customs Control (PCC); and Temporay Import Relief (TI).

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Term created / updated 2006-11-26 15:17:22

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