Monthly Archives: January 2014

Don’t Miss Out on the Advanced Export Information (AEI) Pilot Program

By: Sean Kline The Census Bureau just announced its Advanced Export Information (AEI) pilot program via a federal register notice. The AEI pilot is a voluntary program that enables U.S. Principal Parties in Interests (USPPIs) to obtain an Internal Transaction … Continue reading

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What’s This I Hear About the AESTIR?

By: Sean Kline If you’ve heard about a thing called the AESTIR (ey-steer), but don’t know exactly what it is, then this is the blog for you. The Automated Export System Trade Interface Requirements (AESTIR) defines the data requirements that … Continue reading

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New Year, New Export Markets!

By: Leandro Solorzano, US Commercial Service           What countries will make it onto your international business plan for 2014? During the recent recession, companies who were selling to foreign markets fared better than those who only … Continue reading

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November Trade and Typhoon Haiyan

By: Shannon O’Brien In November, the Nation’s international trade deficit in goods and services decreased to $34.3 billion as exports increased and imports decreased. Exports grew $1.7 billion to a record high $194.9 billion during November in part due to … Continue reading

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