Monthly Archives: March 2013

Using the Downtime Policy



By: Rosanna Torres On Sunday March 24, 2013 we activated the AES Downtime Policy for AESDirect filers only.  What does that mean? The Downtime Policy is used instead of an ITN Number when there is an AES outage or when … Continue reading

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Simple Question, Big Impact – What is Your Port of Export?



By: Stephen Jackson The Port of Export is a four-digit code that identifies specific ports as listed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) where your shipment can leave the country. The Port of Export is a required field in the … Continue reading

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The New Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR) Export Requirements



Today we have published new export reporting requirements in the Federal Register. The new requirements will be effective on April 5, 2014. The publication of the final rule amends the regulations published in 2008 that govern how exporters must file electronic … Continue reading

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January Goods and Services Deficit Increases to Start 2013



By:  John Sperry & Kevin Yang The Nation’s international trade deficit in goods and services increased to $44.4 billion from $38.1 billion in December (revised).  Exports decreased $2.1 billion to $184.5 billion in January, primarily due to the decrease of $2.6 … Continue reading

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