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What is Exporter

Tax Definition:-

For customs purposes this is considered to be the person on whose behalf the export declaration is made and who is the owner of the goods, or has a similar right of disposal over them at the time the declaration is accepted. Where the ownership, or a similar right of disposal over the goods, belongs to a person established outside the EU pursuant to the contract on which the export is based, the exporter is considered to be the contracting party established in the EU.

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