Country of Origin
The determination of Country of Origin – International Trade Rules is crucial for exporters’ and importers’ success. Attending our Country of Origin Course will help you make the right choices for your business.
Learn How To Determine Country Of Origin For International Trade
Understanding substantial transformation is at the core of determining products’ Country of Origin. The determination of Country of Origin – International Trade Rules is not intuitive. It is determined by regulations and legal cases from today and the past century.
What is “Substantial Transformation” versus “Simple Assembly” according to the U.S. Customs Regulations and the Federal Trade Commission? Your expert instructor will answer this question and others using real-world examples in our Country of Origin Course.
One 15 min break
Price is per person
Webinars: 9:00 am -12:30 pm CT
This means there is more time for you to grow and get the knowledge and answers you need to succeed. We highly encourage participation and questions throughout the class.
With this interactive course, you will receive a certificate of completion and a digital badge.
Receive a PDF of the full PowerPoint used in the webinar.
You may earn education credits for completing this course. See details
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- Country of Origin – International Trade Rules
- Our Country of Origin Determination course will introduce you to the Kyoto Convention World Customs Organization and describe its relevance to you.
- Country of origin determines whether a product is subject to anti-dumping, countervailing or Section 201, 232, and 301 duties when it’s imported into the U.S. Country of origin determines whether a product is eligible for duty-free treatment when exported to your customers’ foreign location.
- If you are using Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), you already know that Country of Origin Determination is the core of every FTA! This course highlights the importance of documenting the Country of Origin for components as well as the finished product.
- Definition of Country of Origin as issued by:
- U.S. Customs & Border Protection
- Federal Trade Commission
- What is Substantial Transformation vs. Simple Assembly?
- Country of Origin & Additional Duties: Anti-dumping – Section 232/301 duties
Exporters, Importers, and Customs Brokers’ personnel who are Classification Specialists, Free Trade Agreement Teams, Legal, Sales, Logistics, Customer Service, and Trade Compliance.
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