Monthly Archives: July 2014

Choosing the Ultimate Consignee Type



By: Heather Hrytsyshyn You probably know that identifying the ultimate consignee in the Automated Export System (AES) is mandatory. However, did you realize that you need to select an ultimate consignee type? There are four types: direct consumer, government entity, … Continue reading

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Watch our FREE Webinar: International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)



On July 22, we held our 4th webinar in The Basics of Export Compliance Summer Webinar Series, which focused on the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and how to be compliant when exporting military items. If you missed it, … Continue reading

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Discover Global Markets with TradeSource



By: Cesar Anchiraico Are you looking to increase your export sales or expand into new international markets? With most of the world’s consumers outside of the United States, now is the opportunity to boost your bottom line by attending one … Continue reading

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Watch our FREE Webinar: Learn more about the Export Administration Regulations



On July 8, we held our third webinar in The Basics of Export Compliance Summer Webinar Series, which focused on Export Administration Regulations (EAR). If you missed our new information packed webinar, click here to watch the recording for free! … Continue reading

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U.S. International Trade Deficit Decreases in May



By: Carlann Unger The trade deficit in goods and services decreased $2.6 billion to $44.4 billion in May. Exports increased $2.0 billion to a record high of $195.5 billion. Imports decreased $0.7 billion to $239.8 billion. Contributors to the record … Continue reading

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