Pablo Gopp

Pablo Gopp

I am an IT Professional with over 10 years’ experience in the areas of Foreign Trade. I have worked with some of the top Customs Brokers in Argentina, assigned as a Business Consultant, Analyst, Developer and Quality Coordinator, for Global Companies. Since 2012, I have been working in Argentina as a Specialist in Customs' Special Programs. My current activities for ONESOURCE Global Trade in South LATAM are as a Client Specialist and Pre-Sales support. My time is dedicated in understanding a customer’s needs in the area of foreign trade in South LATAM, and how our solutions can help to improve processes, simplify tasks, integrate information and automate executions, always integrated with the company's core systems.

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Origin of Goods: Who Buys From Whom?

Blog, Global Trade, ONESOURCE November 3, 2017

Globalization has caused many nations’ economies to depend heavily on globalization. Although there are different points of view, we saw the effects of this dependency on raw materials reflected during the 2010 to 2014 Euro crisis, and the slowing of the Chinese economy during 2011-2016. Understandably, countries that are open to international trade not only … Read More

Improving Predictability in Logistics Costs

More and more we are seeing companies introduce themselves to the world of international trade, looking for opportunities to commercialize products outside their territories, and taking advantage of shortages or market gaps where they can capitalize. Getting into the foreign trade business can bring certain challenges, ranging from the basic language and cultural barriers, to … Read More

Foreign Trade in the 21st Century

There have been numerous activities related to political changes, technological progress and globalization that have undergone extreme radical transformations since the second half of the 20th century. Foreign Trade has not escaped these transformations causing an accelerated growth that is changing the way countries and companies trade with extraordinary speed. Today, there is not a … Read More

Screening: Working with the Right Partners

Blog June 24, 2016

The exchange of goods and services beyond our borders is not only confined to best cost and benefits of the relationships, but also the obligation of companies to be careful with other factors that can adversely affect the company in different ways. Financial Crimes, Money Laundering and Drug Trafficking The action of incoming funds, or … Read More

FTA in Latin America: The Door is Open

Blog, Global Trade December 17, 2015

Globalization has progressed the realization of multiple trade agreements worldwide in the last 15 years. Commonly, it is considered that these are bilateral treaties between countries, but may also include supranational trade unions, similar to what we are seeing with the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement. Currently, Free Trade Agreements are multiplying all over the world … Read More