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A Guide to Import, Exporting and Doing Business in Japan

Japan holds an important place in the global market and enjoys productive relationships business in several countries. Businesses involved in trade with Japan, will find doing business with Japan both challenging and rewarding. Although, import and export goods in this country is very profitable for Western businesses as a result of the growing Japanese economy, cultural differences can give rise to unexpected issues. In addition possible cultural misunderstandings, manufacturers and traders will also need to deal with fierce competition in the Japanese market.

The import goods in Japan will also require a fair amount of investment in advance, making a comprehensive market analysis invaluable for anyone planning to do business in Japan. Import and export in Japan involves a variety of techniques should familiarize yourself with if you're considering doing business in Japan.

All of shipments entering Japan has to go through a process of import declaration Customs regional office. The NACCS (Nippon Automated Cargo Clearance System) is used in Japan, and may involve NACCS Sea or Air NACCS, depending on your mode of transportation.

In Japan, there are two types of customs clearance process, namely, to introduce the clearance, low cost and high value declaration declaration. It is imperative that the necessary papers were made and all regulations are complied with for your goods to enter the country. The documents needed include an air waybill, a commercial invoice, a certificate of origin, an ATA Carnet, health certificates and declarations of the first period where appropriate.

One should also keep in mind that the country's regulations about food, plants, animals, narcotics, dangerous pharmaceuticals and commodities. It is necessary to make sure that your goods will not violate any laws when they are importing or exporting that. The Japanese also has strict laws relating to foreign trade and exchange and it should be diligently followed.

When doing business in Japan, A Customs Valuation, including a description of the goods, needs to be given. Excise duty applicable to goods containing tobacco or alcohol and any import or export duties or taxes must be paid properly. Japan will not impose Customs fees or exchange controls.

As for the e-export of goods, an export declaration process to be followed during the export of goods from Japan. Similar documentation is also required for import.

If you're planning to do business in Japan, you should also check out the various aspects of the business relationship in which culture plays an important role performed. Japanese business culture, for example is rooted in the concept of teamwork and united effort. Discipline and punctuality is very important, and there are complex procedures for negotiations and business relationships. . Etiquette are strictly followed in Japan and showing respect are very important: age, family and reputation are all of great relevance during interactions with business. During the negotiations, it is important to exercise diplomacy and decency and to be prepared to compromise.

About the Author

Paul writes for the Wales Freight company and about Cardiff Freight Forwarding.

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