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What is Cross Border?
The term can be defined as exports made across borders through online transactions. There are two types of exports, Direct, in which the company is responsible for all activities of distribution and delivery to customers. This type of operation is exempt from taxes, such as IPI and ICMS, for instance. The other way is Indirect, where your company's products are purchased by intermediaries (partners in the destination country) who, in turn, undertake to manage the operation.
When working in the Direct form, you need to guarantee an online store or e-commerce accessible in more than one language, with the possibility of receiving different currencies, since your customers may be in several countries around the world, and, of course, to rely on marketing and sales strategies to boost your international sales. When choosing a cross border partner to work indirectly, look for one that has credibility in sales management, e-commerce usability, and adequate delivery times, to ensure that consumers have a satisfactory shopping experience.
With the dollar appreciated against the real, the sale of Brazilian products abroad has a competitive market, and the exporter may, incidentally, have an exchange gain when receiving payments.
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