USMCA is the new Modernized NAFTA. After 25 years, the United States, Canada, and Mexico have approved the agreement which will go into force on July 1, 2020. The USMCA’s entry into force symbolizes the beginning of a new chapter for North American trade by supporting more balanced, reciprocal trade, and stronger economic development in North America. The USMCA contains enhancements and modernized approaches to rules of origin, agricultural market access, intellectual property, digital trade, financial services, labor, and numerous other sectors.
What You Will Learn
How is USMCA going to impact your business? NAFTA will now be called USMCA. Learn what the new changes mean for you and how it will affect your current NAFTA process. USMCA will be in effect July 1, 2020.
While some will have little impact, others may have to possibly change their supply chain to continue to benefit under the new agreement.
Course Will Benefit
Exporters, Importers, Compliance Officers, ISO Managers, Purchasing, Sales/Marketing, Logistics, Traffic, Customer Service, Plant Managers, Operations Manager, Credit Managers, Controllers, Engineering, Legal, Customs Brokers, Freight Forwarders.
USMCA training course will especially benefit anyone involved with or responsible for qualifying goods under USMCA (formerly NAFTA).