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International Trade White Papers

The following white papers produced by the international trade experts at Unz & Co. cover a broad range of topics related to import, export, and dangerous goods transportation. We hope you find these resources helpful and informative. Please email us with any questions or comments.

Responsibilities of U.S. Exporters to Canada

U.S. Exports to Canada are Light on Paperwork, But Not Uncontrolled The trading relationship between the United States and Canada is the largest and most comprehensive in the world, with more than $2 billion in goods and services exchanged between the nations daily....

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An Importer’s Record-Keeping Requirements

An importer's requirement to maintain records is not new. The Tariff Act of 1832 authorized Customs appraisers to examine any person under oath on "any matter or thing which they may deem material in ascertaining the true value of any merchandise imported, and to...

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Under HS, When Is a Part a Part?

In international transactions, importers and exporters in the United States are required to classify goods in accordance with the World Customs Organization's Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, also know as the Harmonized System or, the HS. U.S....

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Rules for Using the Harmonized System

The World Customs Organization (WCO) has given us the Harmonized System (HS) to provide uniformity in the classification of internationally traded goods. More than 200 countries have adopted the use of the HS. The United States did so in January 1998. Every country...

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