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SGS Explains How E-Valuator® Helps Governments Beat International Trade Fraud

11-05-2021 03:49 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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SGS, the world’s leading testing, inspection and certification company, has published an article looking at the issues surrounding international trade fraud and the ways digitalization can help governments and customs authorities beat the criminals.

Global trade was values at USD 19 trillion in 2019. For some governments, 30% of their total revenue base comes from international trade. Long, complex supply chains benefit consumers with more affordable products and greater choice, and governments with tax revenue.

SGS’s Consumer Compact article looks at the impact international trade fraud has on governments and individuals and shows how digitalization is helping the authorities to overcome illegal activities such as the under- or over-invoicing of goods.

Read the original Consumer Compact article, ‘How Digitalization is Helping Governments Beat Fraud in International Trade’ [www.sgs.com/en/news/2021/10/how-digitalization-is-helping-governments-beat-fraud-in-international-trade]

SGS E-Valuator®
SGS’s automated solution pinpoints suspicious consignment values in real-time by constantly analyzing shipments and checking their declared values against a continuously updated database. It enables customs officials to target their efforts more profitably by focusing only on consignments with a high probability of fraud.

Learn more about SGS E-Valuator® [www.sgs.com/en/connectivity-and-products/government-and-trade-facilitation/e-valuator]

Subscribe here, www.sgs.com/en/newsletters/global/consumer-compact, to receive SGS Consumer Compact direct to your inbox.

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Email: crs.media@sgs.com
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