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3-Hr Virtual Seminar: Import and Export with Latin America: Argentina, Brazil and Venezuela - Webinar

  • Webinar
  • 180 Minutes
  • October 2018
  • Region: Argentina, Brazil, Latin America, Venezuela
  • Compliance Online
  • ID: 4899727
Why Should You Attend:

The objective of this webinar is to help attendees:

Identify the US requirements to export
Learn import procedures to Latin America
Understand how to become an importer in Latin America
Learn about the origin certification requirements
Learn how the non-tariff measures are applied in Latin America

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

Who can import to Latin America
The role of the customs broker
Documents required: commercial documents and customs documents
What products require non-automatic import licenses
Difference between automatic and non-automatic import licenses
Tariffs and applicable duties
Countervailing and antidumping duties
Origin certification requirements
Non-tariff barriers, other than import licenses
Import process and its differences between Argentina, Brazil and Venezuela
How NAFTA affects the commerce with Argentina and Brazil
Customs inspection
How the Trans-Pacific Partnership will reduce the cost of exporting, increase competitiveness of U.S. firms and promote fairness

Speakers

Raymond F. Sullivan is an attorney with over 30 years of practice in customs law. His practice encompasses customs penalties, seizures audits and enforcement activities, as well as classification and valuation issues – including litigation of these issues. He regularly conducts evaluations of importer compliance systems and processes; and, has developed and implemented import compliance programs for a number of importers. Mr. Sullivan has written numerous articles on customs and international trade law; and, has served on Law 360’s International Trade Editorial Advisory Board.

Mr. Sullivan is a former import specialist and special agent with US Customs. He is a member of the bar in Maryland, New York and the District of Columbia; and, litigates matters before the US Court of International Trade.