Intrastat & Extrastat are related to Declarations on imports & exports.
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Intra European Community Trade Statistics (Intrastat) is a system for collecting statistics on the exchange of goods among member states of the European Union (EU). When the customs check on the EU internal borders disappeared, the opportunity to use the data from customs declarations for the compilation of the foreign exchange of goods statistics also disappeared. Consequently, the requirement for collecting data directly from the economic operator involved in the intra-community exchange of goods came into force. This system provides direct collection of information from economic operators and communities engaged in internal exchange of goods and registered in the Value Added Tax system. Statistics on the exchange of goods with non-EU countries are compiled by the Extrastat system, based on customs declarations.
Intrastat and Extrastat reporting, which allows the European Union (EU) to keep track of monetary movements, was formerly part of the SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) Foreign Trade component. Starting with SAP Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) Global Trade Services (GTS) 7.1 this functionality is enhanced in the Electronic Compliance Reporting (ECR) module. You need a corresponding SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) plug-in to identify the transaction and push it into SAP GRC GTS.
1. They both are Declaration
2. Stand for: Intra European Trade Statistics (INTRASTAT)
3. Stand for: Extra European Trade Statistics (EXTRASTAT)
4. Issuing INTRASTAT/EXTRASTAT Declarations
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