The 2017 Global Trade Management Survey is a collaborative effort between KPMG’s Global Trade & Customs practice and Thomson Reuters. Now in its third year, the survey uncovers what matters most to global trade practitioners.
Based on interviews with over 30 trade executives from large multinational organizations, the survey is a qualitative assessment that covers a range of topics including: regulatory change challenges, centralization, free trade agreements, classification and organizational relevance. The results help to establish a near-term, practice outlook for trade practitioners.
To see how this year's results compare to previous editions of the Global Trade Management Survey.