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Location/Date: Webinar, CT, United States 05/13/2014 - 05/13/2014
Event Summary:
Event: Navigating Free Trade Agreements – Documenting Origin

Date: Tuesday May 13, 2014

Time: 1:30-2:00PM EST

Venue: Webinar

Cost: $10.00

Although, claiming preferential tariff treatment under a Free Trade Agreement is the responsibility of the importer, the exporter is responsible for providing the necessary documentation to support that claim.

Please join the U.S. Department of Commerce and Connecticut District Export Council for a 30 minute webinar on documenting origin under various free trade agreements. The documentation mechanism to support a preferential treatment claim is typically facilitated through a Certificate of Origin. These certificates come in several forms and have different requirements depending on the FTA. This webinar will introduce participants to the steps of properly documenting origin and will address the requirements needed to complete certificates of origin property for NAFTA, South Korea, and Israel. The webinar will also provide resources that will outline documenting origin requirements for every United States FTA. For more information contact Rachel.Steiner@trade.gov


Contacts:
Melissa Grosso, Middletown
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 860-638-6955
Melissa.Grosso@trade.gov
Anne Evans, Middletown
USEAC Director
Phone: 860-638-6953
Anne.Evans@trade.gov
Anthony Sargis, Middletown
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 860-638-6954
Anthony.Sargis@trade.gov
Rachel Steiner, Middletown
Product Manager
Phone:
Rachel.Steiner@trade.gov