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Capital Flows and Ricardo’s Law view transfs web-site for additional facts on personal finances mises.org / Mark Brandly / April 11, 2017 As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump promised to renegotiate international trade agreements such as NAFTA and to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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Due Your Duty

By Susan Kohn Ross

With the ever-increasing scrutiny being brought to compliance and the payment of duties on imported goods by Customs and Border Protection (CBP), it is worth commenting that any duties which are due when an entry liquidates may, in fact, end up having to be paid even if the related protest remains pending due to the legal and contractual relationship between the importer and his surety company.  871 more words

Tricks Of The Trade

Kathryn L Joiner, LCB, CCS

Title: Customs Specialist

Company: Volkswagen Group of America – Chattanooga Operations, LLC

Location: Chattanooga, TN, United States

Chattanooga, TN, April 13, 2017, Kathryn Joiner, Customs Specialist of Group of America – Chattanooga Operations, LLC, has been recognized by Elite Women Worldwide, for dedication, achievement and leadership in international business. 192 more words


The Trump Presidency – Implications and Opportunities for Caribbean IFCs

Alicia Nicholls

On March 31, 2017 I was a panellist representing FRANHENDY ATTORNEYS at the Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) Barbados International Business Forum 2017  169 more words


International Chamber of Commerce Launches New Digital Library

The International Chamber of Commerce has launched a new digital library. “At the world business organization, we recognise the importance of information and knowledge to your business and legal practices. 51 more words

New Resources

Critical Review of Working of WTO

Inequality Within the Structure of WTO

There exists an extreme inequality and it is this inequality only that drives the outcomes. The contents of the agreements are determined by the leverage that the developed nations can exert over the developing ones. 680 more words