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Brazil Scenario

Hi guys,

We have this requirement from Brazil:

They want to treat coastal transaction as local sales even though the sold-to and ship-to are foreigners. This means, once the foreigners done their transaction within the coastal waters of Brazil, then it will be treated as local transaction. This would mean, they should be taxed.

The problems are:

1. Since sold-to and ship-to are foreigners, then, the system automatically picks up export transaction. Then there will be no taxations.

2. We came up an idea to create a "Delivery Address" partner function so that the system will trigger this as local transaction, but it seems the system is locked on determining taxes from the ship-to party.

Do you have any suggestions on what we can do here?



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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 09:49 AM

    If it is a statutory requirement to levy tax, then you need to raise a OSS message based on which, SAP will provide a solution. On the other hand, if this is your client specific, then you have to go with user exit to control this. But ideally, this should not be a client specific.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • You can try with Making a separate Customer pricing procedure in CMR for this Coastal customers and assign the same domestic pricing procedure in OVKK((so it will not catch the export transaction) .

      If only taxes levied ---then create a separate new pricing with required condition types.

      i think it will solves your requirement.


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