Webinars

FOR COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS INTERNATIONALLY

Proper Classification of Your Imports & Exports

The webinar covers:

  • Correct classification of goods that enter the US
  • Determining whether or not duties have to be paid on the imported product
  • Proper classification of goods exported from the U.S. using Schedule B
  • Avoiding fines and other penalties for negligently or fraudulently providing the wrong information regarding imported products
  • Licensing requirements

 

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Complying with US Food Labeling Laws

This webinar discusses compliance with current US food labeling laws and the new requirements being proposed by the FDA. Misbranding is one of the major reasons that imported foods are refused admission into the United States. The US Food & Drug Administration (FDA), which regulates the distribution of food products in the country, considers food to be misbranded if it contains false or misleading labeling.

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Foreign Corrupt Practices Act – Critical Issues and Best Practices

This training on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act focuses on the anti-bribery and accounting provisions of the FCPA and explain the activities and conducts that are prohibited by the FCPA. Learn the best practices and strategies for avoiding criminal and administrative penalties for violating its provisions.

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Complying with Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs) to Expand Internationally

This webinar covers existing and pending RTAs (as of January 2014), the opportunities and challenges they present for your business, the new rules and procedures and how you can comply with them. It discusses major RTAs involving the US and the EU and opportunities for exporters of goods.

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Complying with the Rules on Your Imports

Global supply chains allow manufacturers to source inputs from wherever in the world it makes the best business sense to do so. This means that in order to export, you may first have to import components or ingredients of your final product. The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency enforces regulations aimed at ensuring that imported products are safe for use and generate the expected revenues, while protecting our borders. This webinar provides an introduction to the key customs regulations that govern the importation of goods into the United States.

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Preferential Access & Entry for Your Imports

Free trade agreements are a two-way street. They allow manufacturers to import needed components from free trade partners duty-free or at a lower duty rate. Other special programs allow thousands of products from developing countries duty-free/preferential access into the United States.
This webinar provides an introduction to FTAs and other tariff preference programs available to US importers and how to take advantage of them.

Presented originally to Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), contact us to receive a copy of the presentation.