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As we know, exporting involves the transfer of products and services intended to be marketed and sold in the foreign market. We can make a distinction. On the one hand we have fully exporting companies whose sales   outside their borders concern all their production. On the other, companies that partly export, whose sale outside their borders concerns only a part of their production.

Like any particular regime, the export is subject to various procedures. To benefit from this, the exporting company must pay the customs duties and proceed to the presentation of the export licenses. In order to remove it from the customs territory of the community, each merchandise must be subject to a customs declaration. The export is accessible to any natural or legal person who performs commercial operations regularly.

It is important to keep in mind that exchanges between the different communities of the European Union (EU) are described as introduction or shipment and not for export.

Why export?

The export allows access to foreign markets. As a result, the exporting company may benefit from the economic and financial development of another foreign country, which implies a growth in turnover and an increase in economic profitability. As a result, the company may regulate its sales. It will also gain notoriety both nationally and internationally. Exporting companies are often characterized by a considerable volume of sales. They are able to cultivate their ability to overcome the saturation of the domestic market. Although more and more the market is opening to small businesses thanks to globalization and lower costs.

When exporting, Spain is a first-class center thanks to its central position on the map. Since it is located just between East and West. Located between the main shipping routes in the world. Thus our country serves as a gateway for merchandise flows from America and Asia to Europe. And it also acts as an exit door for European exports.

This channel has made it possible to make shorter routes between Europe and Asia

El Canal de Suez en números

This success is due in part to the expansion of the Suez Canal during 2015. Since this channel has made it possible to make shorter routes between Europe and Asia. It unites the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea with the Indian Ocean. In this way, the canal allows ships to go from Europe to Asia without having to go through Africa through the Cape of Good Hope. For ships that export goods of all kinds from China to Europe, this new 72-kilometer extension is a blessing. Since these save thousands of kilometers of crossing. It is estimated that, in total, 7.5% of world trade passes through this route.

This, without a doubt, is something that greatly benefits Spain, since a large number of the freighters that cross the Suez Canal are destined for our country. [: En] As we know, exporting consists in the transfer of products and services destined to be marketed and sold in the foreign market. We can make a distinction. On the one hand we have fully exporting companies whose sales   outside their borders concern all their production. On the other, companies that partly export, whose sale outside their borders concerns only a part of their production.

Like any particular regime, the export is subject to various procedures. To benefit from this, the exporting company must pay the customs duties and proceed to the presentation of the export licenses. In order to remove it from the customs territory of the community, each merchandise must be subject to a customs declaration. The export is accessible to any natural or legal person who performs commercial operations regularly.

It is important to keep in mind that exchanges between the different communities of the European Union (EU) are described as introduction or shipment and not for export.

Why export?

The export allows access to foreign markets. As a result, the exporting company may benefit from the economic and financial development of another foreign country, which implies a growth in turnover and an increase in economic profitability. As a result, the company may regulate its sales. It will also gain notoriety both nationally and internationally. Exporting companies are often characterized by a considerable volume of sales. They are able to cultivate their ability to overcome the saturation of the domestic market. Although more and more the market is opening to small businesses thanks to globalization and lower costs.

When exporting, Spain is a first-class center thanks to its central position on the map. Since it is located just between East and West. Located between the main shipping routes in the world. Thus our country serves as a gateway for merchandise flows from America and Asia to Europe. And it also acts as an exit door for European exports.

This success is due in part to the expansion of the Suez Canal during 2015. Since this channel has made it possible to make shorter routes between Europe and Asia. It unites the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea with the Indian Ocean. In this way, the canal allows ships to go from Europe to Asia without having to go through Africa through the Cape of Good Hope. For ships that export goods of all kinds from China to Europe, this new 72-kilometer extension is a blessing. Since these save thousands of kilometers of crossing. It is estimated that, in total, 7.5% of world trade passes through this route.

This, without a doubt, is something that greatly benefits Spain, since a large number of the freighters that cross the Suez Canal are destined for our country.

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