Import Handbook: A Compliance and Planning Guide
Robert Feinschreiber, Charles L. Crowley
Wiley, Nov 3, 1997 - Business & Economics - 377 pages
With the passage of GATT and NAFTA, there has been a corresponding increase in imports and therefore an increase in the balance of trade. This book provides sound advice and strategies on importing and discusses accounting, financial, and legal implications.
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Overview of Customs Procedures and Considerations
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Additional U.S. Note administrative Agreement amount antidumping duty apparel applicable appraisement bonded warehouse buyer Canada chandise Chapter claimant compliance components cost countervailing duty country of origin Court of International customs audit customs broker Customs Form customs laws decision described in Additional determination documents domestic drawback claim dutiable duty rate duty-free eligible export filed foreign trade zones GATT home market HTSUS imported article imported merchandise importer's injury International Trade investigation invoice issues license liquidated damages liquidation manufacturer marking middleman NAFTA NAFTA country Nissho Iwai paid payment penalties permit petition port director printed circuit board prior procedures proprietor protest provides purchase quantity quota recordkeeping records regulations related party ruling request seller shift rules shipment specific subheading subsidy subzone Tariff Schedule textile tion transaction value transfer pricing U.S. Customs Service United valuation withdrawal