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Three Common Global Trade Compliance Deficiencies that Affect Your Bottom Line


May 15, 2012

Today, the benefits of sourcing from low cost countries and selling into new foreign markets are driving the vast majority of enterprise-class companies to go global. However, many of these companies are still making due with sub-standard global processes and technologies borrowed from domestic organizations.

Amber Road’s latest eBook, Three Common Global Trade Compliance Deficiencies that Affect Your Bottom Line, takes a look at opportunities that companies may be overlooking when building out a global trade compliance program, including:

  • Failing to leverage Free Trade Agreements (FTAs)

  • Not using electronic filing effectively

  • Not taking advantage of duty drawback and deferral programs
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