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Richard Palaikis

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Avoid Export Violations on Your Domestic Sales

Did you know that you could be liable for merchandise that has been exported from the United States even if your company wasn’t the actual exporter? If you are under the misconception that your liability ends once merchandise leaves your premises, you are terribly mistaken.

Although you might be selling merchandise to a domestic customer, that same domestic customer may ultimately export the merchandise from the United States. According to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), your company could be liable for export violations if you know or have any reason to know that your merchandise is going to be exported.

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