Despite recent changes, Algerian customs law is still a branch of law that entail sanctions. A lack of knowledge of Algerian customs law could have serious financial consequences for an exporting foreign company.
Despite recent changes, a lack of knowledge in Algerian customs law could have severe financial consequences for foreign company doing business in Algeria.
Algerian customs law is characterized by its numerous sources and large number of texts. This intrinsic complexity is added to by the intricacies of accelerated reforms, by technical changes due recent agreements with the European Community; by Algeria’s pending membership to the WTO; and by measures to mitigate the consequences of the recent international economic crisis, as evidenced by restrictive provisions of very recent law and regulation.
Whilst taxing movements of goods remains the key aspect of the law, Algerian customs law can offer investors numerous benefits. Our Algerian lawyers’ help clients understand and integrate these substantial benefits into their business plans.
We help clients effectively respond to the constraints imposed by Algerian customs law. We advise them on all it’s the relevant issues, in order to prevent the risk of a long expensive dispute with an uncertain outcome.