World-Class Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Software

Global Trade for Free Trade Agreements

Supports confidence and adds visibility across the entire FTA process

The First Truly Global Solution for Free Trade Agreements

Thomson Reuters assists companies around the globe in identifying opportunities to qualify goods under FTA-specific rules of origin while reducing risk and eliminating manual processes with ONESOURCE Global Trade for Free Trade Agreements (FTA) . Due to its unique architecture, ONESOURCE Global Trade for FTA can accommodate any existing (NAFTA, CFTA, SFTA, AFTA, ILFTA, JFTA, UKFTA, CAFTA, etc.) or future (TAFTA) free trade agreements.

Features of our free trade agreement software

Analyze data in seconds

Data Gathering and Management – Use your existing data to determine optimal FTA utilization strategies in the case of overlapping agreements and supply chain location decisions

Eliminate unnecessary manual entry

Systematic Origin Determination and Calculation – Apply the latest Rules of Origin (RoO) for current and future FTAs

Real Time Reporting

Document Retention – System-based document retention for easier verification support FTA Compliance Monitoring – Real-time reporting for FTA compliance, including warnings where origin thresholds may be breached

Using FTA software from Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE gives you confidence and strengthens your competitive advantage in the global market.

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