NAFTA: A Practical Guide to Regulation, Documentation & Procedures
By John Goodrich
NAFTA simultaneously represents one of the greatest business opportunities and challenges facing businesses in North America today. While on one hand NAFTA eliminates trade barriers between Canada, Mexico and the United States, on the other it relies on a complex set of rules that make participation in the agreement cumbersome.
This publication helps businesses understand the NAFTA and develop practical business processes for participating in the free trade agreement. The book was designed predominantly with U.S. exporters and importers in mind. As such it draws not just from the NAFTA treaty but also references the U.S. regulations and interpretations issued by U.S. regulators. Mexican and Canadian importers and exporters will also find this textbook useful. Whenever possible the author has included references to Canadian and Mexican resources.
Updated: January 2016 — 470 Pages
- NAFTA – Overview
- A Closer Look at Origination
- Finer Points of Origination
- NAFTA and Special Sectors
- The NAFTA Country of Origin Form
- Country of Origin for Marking Purposes
- NAFTA Strategies for Businesses
- NAFTA’s Effects on Duty Deferral & Drawback – Article 303
- Regulatory Compliance and Enforcement
- Other Free Trade Agreements
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