Free Trade Agreement Audits – Are Your Goods Really Duty Free?

Posted by Suzanne Richer

Claiming preferential treatment under any free trade agreement is fairly easy. Statements on the commercial invoice or accompanying certificates at the time of import are enough for your customs broker to claim the lower duty rate on your behalf. Proving eligibility of a reduced duty claim is quite the opposite, whether you are an importer, exporter, or the producer of the good.

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Topics: Duty Management, Product Classification, Free Trade Agreements, Bill of Material Qualification

The Story of that Yarn: BOM Qualification

Posted by Gary M. Barraco

Even with all of the potential free trade agreements (FTAs) companies can take advantage of, it’s little surprise that many U.S. importers are spinning when it comes to qualifying goods based on the restrictive regulations for sourcing inputs and raw materials.    

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Topics: Duty Management, Free Trade Agreements, Bill of Material Qualification, Supplier Solicitation Campaigns

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