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A Tariff Break-out Success Story: Making Trade Really Happen!

For the first time, the United States Government will separately monitor the import of refined copper wire of less than 3 millimeters (3mm) in cross-sectional diameter. This change will go into effect on July 1, 2012. Why is this important? … Continue reading

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“This is the best explanation I’ve ever heard…”

“I’ve heard a lot of presentations but this is the best explanation I’ve ever heard that tells me how trade issues are decided within the Executive Branch. I finally understand it.” – James Wilkinson, Executive Director, at the Washington International Trade … Continue reading

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