Making the New Free Trade Agreements Work for You

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Join us Wednesday, May 22nd from 8:30-12:30 at The College of New Jersey in Ewing, NJ (Breakfast/Registration 8:00-8:30)

Learn the rules, regulations and money saving essentials of the most recent Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with Korea, Colombia and Panama.

 

Learn about:

 

Opportunities created by FTAs

How to take advantage of the recent FTAs with Korea, Colombia and Panama

How these new FTAs differ from older agreements, such as NAFTA & CAFTA

FTA terms and definitions

FTA eligibility rules

Specific rules of origin & supporting documentation

 

Cost to attend is only $45. Click here to register.

"FTAs mean favorable treatment for U.S. exports, giving your products a competitive advantage in emerging markets such as Korea, Colombia, and Panama. For example, Colombia is a fast-growing market that is very receptive to U.S. goods and services. Since the new FTA took effect last year, our exports to Colombia have increased nearly 20 percent. And Colombia has announced $25 billion in infrastructure projects to be developed in the next few years. Having this FTA in place will make Colombia's public purchase more efficient and transparent and will eliminate nearly all tariffs on U.S. goods, generating more opportunity for U.S. exporters."

  • Julie Anglin, Colombia and Panama Desk Officer, U.S. Department of Commerce