In a globalized world, the trade balance is a key element in the future of the economy of the countries, as they are immersed in a network of exchanges of imports and exports worldwide. From the economic point of view achieve balance in this balance is one of the objectives of any country that wants to keep you sanitized your bills and not incur an excessive deficit. From another point of view, for a country to maintain a balanced trade balance should not buy more than it sells, or in other words, imports must not exceed exports.
In the field of economy, export is defined as sending a product or service to a foreign country for commercial purposes. These shipments are regulated by a series of legal and tax controls that act as contextual framework of trade relations between countries.
It should be noted that the export is always done within a legal framework and under conditions already stipulated between the countries involved in the commercial transaction. This is involved and the laws in force in the issuing country are respected and in which you receive the goods. Usually in the export regime you can may occur the following ways:
This is the departure of goods from country to stay abroad indefinitely. There are three types of this kind of export: single shipment with final data to shipment single shipment with provisional data and fractionated with definitive or provisional data shipment.
TEMPORARY EXPORTATION FOR OUTWARD PROCESSING:
The mode export that regulates the temporary departure of domestic goods or nationalized the national customs territory, to be subjected to processing, manufacturing, or repair abroad or in a Free Trade Zone Industrial Goods and services must be reimported within the Customs authorizes each case prior to export.
TEMPORARY EXPORTATION IN THE SAME CONDITION OF RE-IMPORT:
Is the type of export that regulates the temporary departure of domestic goods or nationalized the national customs territory, to serve a purpose specified in the outside, within a specified period, during which they will be re-imported without having undergone any change except for the deterioration originated in regular use.
The export mode which regulates the final departure of the national customs territory of goods which were subject to a form of temporary importation or transformation mode and assembly. Also this method may be declared by capital goods or parts, which met Maria imported temporarily be out for repair or replacement object outdoors or in a Free Trade Zone Industrial Goods and Services.
EXPORT OF SAMPLES WITHOUT COMMERCIAL VALUE:
This export regime is considered for samples without commercial value those goods declared as such, whose total value does not exceed the amount stipulated by the Directorate of National Taxes and Customs by resolution.
EXPORT TEMPORARY CARRIED BY PASSENGERS:
are subject to this type of export national or nationalized goods carried by travelers leaving the country and who wish to re-import your return in the same state, without payment of taxes at the time of input, be temporary in nature.
EXPORT OF HOUSEWARES:
are subject to this type of export the households of residents in the country leaving the national customs territory to take up residence abroad.
SPECIAL PROGRAMS EXPORT:
The operation by which a foreign resident buys raw materials to a producer, arranging delivery to another also resident in the national customs territory, who are forced to work and export the manufactured good from producer said raw material, according to the instructions of the external buyer.
This mode can be of different types:
-Supply border: It is the modality under which a service is exported to another country without the need to mobilize people to provide service both traveling so is the service.
– Movement of persons: It is the modality under which to provide the service must be moved temporarily staff while performing the function that will develop in the consumer.
-Movement outside: It is the modality under which to deliver the service, the outside person has to mobilize the local country for the service will be provided.
-Commercial Presence: The mode under which to deliver the service, the company must establish an office or branch in the country where it will provide the service. The example in this respect are companies in the financial and insurance sector, which necessarily to operate abroad must establish commercial presence through offices or branches.