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A Basis Guide to Exporting: Completing Cert of Origin, FTA and eCertification --
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Location/Date: Washington, DC, United States 05/30/2012 - 05/30/2012
Event Summary:
The Certificate of Origin (CO) is required by some countries for all or only certain products. Special certificates may be required for countries with which the United States has a free trade agreement (FTA). Some Certificates of Origin, including those required by Canada and Mexico under NAFTA, and Israel and Jordan, are prepared by the exporter. For textile products, an importing country may require a certificate of origin issued by the manufacturer. The number of required copies and language may vary from country to country.

Learn more about "Completing Certificates of Origin (FTA and eCertification)" in this Basic Guide to Exporting Webinar

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

2 - 3 PM EST

Fee: $15, payable by credit card

For more information, please contact Linda.Abbruzzese@trade.gov.


Contacts:
Douglas Barry, TPP
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 202-482-4422
Doug.Barry@trade.gov
Roza Pace, TPP
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 202-482-1354
Roza.Pace@trade.gov
Linda Abbruzzese, TPP
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 202-482-3787
Linda.Abbruzzese@trade.gov

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