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Intrastat report

Hi Friends,

I am running intrastat report in MEIS t-code. It is missing many POs to display in the report eventhough they are impored materails in EU countries.

What are the criteria to display purchasing documents to dispaly in a Intrastat reports.

Please suggest me as this is an urgent issue.



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    Posted on Apr 29, 2008 at 05:39 AM


    First of all you define in customizing when the import screens are coming up.

    Usually when you and your vendor belong both to a different country in the EU.

    Then, the PO is subject for Intrastat reporting.

    But reported are only x-border movements.

    The PO is not picked if the movement (good receipt has not yet been posted.

    But once you have a movement, then it depends further if the invoice receipt happened in the same month .

    If yes then the movement is selected for the report.

    If not, dependend on local country laws, the movement is either valuated with PO price, or not reported in this month. Then it will be reported in next month, either with the invoice value (if the Invoice wil be received in the meantime) or with PO price if the inovice is still not received.

    Edited by: Vardhan on Apr 29, 2008 7:42 AM

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    • take one of this "missing" PO and do an analysis.

      When was the goods movement.

      When was the invoice receipt.

      What is the country of the vendor, what the country of the partner GS good supplier, if there is one.

      For which month do you run MEIS?

      Does the PO have import data screen on header and item level?

      Is the field exclusion indicator in import header and items left blank?

      how is your selection in MEIS?

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