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Prepare your business for the complex changes ahead around Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), so you can maximize opportunities while minimizing risk.

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  • What Is the Impact of the U.S. Withdrawal from the TPP on Indonesia? 23 Jun, 2017 - It was not a surprise to most countries when President Trump withdrew from the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement. His withdrawal was a signal that he intended to follow his approach with ‘Americans First”, by protecting American workers from competition from low-wage countries such as Vietnam and Malaysia. Indonesia had not officially joined the regional [...]
  • What is the difference between a U.S. customs audit and an FTA verification? 2 Jun, 2017 - What is the difference between a customs audit and a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) verification? An audit, is a broader inquiry that can cover any legal requirement whereas a verification is specific to origin and FTA compliance. Customs audits are generally more broad, focused on a wide range of customs issues and are typically risk-based, [...]
  • Industry input is requested in the NAFTA renegotiation 26 May, 2017 - May 18, 2017 the President of the United States expressed his intent to exercise his power to re-negotiate NAFTA under the power provided in the TPA (Trade Promotion Act, renewed in 2015)[1].  The TPA requires that the president notify congress 90 days before initiating the renegotiation.  This requires the president to disclose his [...]

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