The 2016 Global Trade Management Survey is a combined effort of KPMG's Global Trade & Customs practice and Thomson Reuters who, together, have surveyed over 1,700 global trade specialists around the world to develop and present the findings of an extensive study on the state of global trade today.
The 2016 Global Trade Management Survey is the result of this extensive study which examines operational practices in: centralization, trade operations activity, global trade management systems, tariff classification, supply chain integration, free trade agreements; and transfer pricing.
Key survey findings from this year’s survey include:
Watch Doug Zuvich (Video 113 MB), KPMG in the US and Taneli Ruda, Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE, discuss the key highlights from the 2016 Global Trade Management Survey.
To see how this year's results compare to last year, please read the 2015 Global Trade Management Survey.
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