On: April 22, 2024     By: Kari Crane

World Trade Month 2024 Is in May and You Are Invited

World Trade Month is in May. It's a month filled with events to celebrate the importance of international trade to the U.S. economy and to teach new and experienced exporters about various aspects of international trade. This year's theme is 'A New Path Forward.'

On: April 10, 2024     By: Lisa Nemer

Free Trade Agreements: Criteria Defined

To qualify your goods for preferential treatment under a free trade agreement (FTA), you will need to include the preference or origin criteria that was used for qualification on the FTA certificate of origin. Check these charts for the criteria that can be used for the various U.S. FTAs.

On: April 10, 2024     By: David Noah

A Deeper Look: Non-U.S.-Based Parties Aren't Exempt from U.S. Sanctions and Export Controls [Video]

A Tri-Seal Compliance Note published by the Treasury, Commerce and Justice Departments warns foreign businesses that they must be aware of how U.S. sanctions and export controls apply to their operations. We talk with Marvin McPherson, an associate at Barnes/Richardson Global Trade Law, to discuss what you, as a U.S. importer or exporter, need to know about this update.

On: April 3, 2024     By: Kari Crane

International Trade Briefing: April 2024 [Video]

Here's what we're talking about this month: U.S. Steps Up Enforcement: What It Means for Foreign Companies • Commerce Cracks Down on Exports to OFAC Sanctioned Entities • Global Trade: More Connected Than You Think? • Mexico Challenges Labeling Rules—What it Means for USMCA • New Restrictions on Exports to Nicaragua • World Trade Month: Don't Miss These Events


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