Managing indirect taxes in the supply chain:
supporting growth and reducing cost and risk (Replay)
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The economic downturn, globalization and changes in world trade are challenging multinationals' supply chains more than ever before. Supply chains are lengthening and becoming more international, with functions and trading activities shifting to new markets to generate growth. At the same time, companies are looking to do business more efficiently, to reduce costs and support environmental sustainability.
Change in the business landscape is rapid and inevitable – confronting the challenges and finding successful solutions is critical. Without an effective management strategy, the expected benefits of a supply chain transformation may not be fully maximized or, in extreme cases, may not be realized at all.
Join our panelists for this important discussion of the changing indirect tax landscape and the need to manage indirect taxes in the multinational supply chain including:
- Insights based on in-depth interviews with in-house tax executives from global companies operating in more than 30 countries worldwide and Ernst & Young Indirect Tax and Incentives professionals
- The seven common supply chain challenges facing global companies
- Lessons learned and leading practices to reduce risks and boost performance in VAT/GST, customs and international trade, excise duties and environmental taxes, export controls and incentives