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CBP Proposes Streamlining Origin Rules for Imports from Canada and Mexico

I learned a new word recently: “goat-rope.” The safe-for-work definition is a big, confusing mess. While it can be used to describe many different situations, I thought it was a perfect description for the ways in which the United States makes origin determinations for products imported from Canada and Mexico. Fortunately, help to make thingsRead More »CBP Proposes Streamlining Origin Rules for Imports from Canada and Mexico
Export Compliance Checklist - 5 Questions to help you get started

Export Compliance Checklist – 5 Questions to Help You Get Started

Why Exporting your product is a good idea Expanding your bottom line and selling to customers abroad is likely part of your business strategy or on your roadmap.  It is no wonder why, according to a study by the Institute for International Economics, U.S. companies that export not only grow faster, but are nearly 8.5Read More »Export Compliance Checklist – 5 Questions to Help You Get Started

Why Trade Matters

The US is in a full-blown “trade war” with China. The possibility of tariffs on goods from Mexico, combined with other trade actions by the Trump administration, could send the entire US economy off the rails. The Federal Reserve is already looking at ways to prevent this disaster in the making. History teaches that globalRead More »Why Trade Matters

Australian National Sentenced for Illegally Exporting Aircraft Parts to Iran

BOSTON – An Australian national sentenced March 21 to two years in federal prison on four counts of violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act. Which criminalizes knowing transactions with Iranian entities without a license from the U.S. Department of Treasury. David Russell Levick, 57, of Cherrybrook NSW, Australia, who previously pled guilty to theRead More »Australian National Sentenced for Illegally Exporting Aircraft Parts to Iran
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NAFTZ Releases Study Documenting Positive Impacts of U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones on Regional Economies

Washington, DC – An economic study by a leading research firm concludes that U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZs) have a positive impact on employment growth, wage growth, and value-added growth in American communities. Compared to similar communities without FTZs. The study, “The U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones Program: Economic Benefits to American Communities,” was conducted by the TradeRead More »NAFTZ Releases Study Documenting Positive Impacts of U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones on Regional Economies