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Compliance Training
EAR - Export Administration Regulations
All Learners
Trade Compliance
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For every import into a country, a filing for import taxes (duties) must be made to the Customs department. This course examines factors affecting duties and how to avoid costly mistakes. Topics include classification with the Harmonized Tariff Schedule, valuation, rules of origin, Free Trade Agreements and the “reasonable care” required by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Other topics include Importer Security Filings (10+2 filings), the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT), bribery, anti-boycott rules and intellectual property.

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  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • How a product's classification and value determines the duty rates
  • The regulatory agencies that oversee imports and the types of products they regulate
  • Definition of informed compliance and reasonable care
  • The penalties and hidden costs of non-compliance with import laws
  • How products get classified in the Harmonized Tariff Schedule
  • The formula for transaction value and additional factors in valuation
  • Free Trade Agreements and the rules of origin
  • Importance of complying with requirements related to security, financial crimes, bribery, sanctions, anti-boycott rules and intellectual property

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Imports and Customs

Describes the factors that affect import taxes (duties) – including classification, valuation and country of origin – and how to avoid costly mistakes. Helps employees not directly involved in trade compliance understand how their work can affect import compliance and costs, plus introduces security issues.

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Trade Compliance: “Eye on Export Controls”

An employee learns that not following the process when a shipping address changes can put products in the wrong hands for the wrong reasons. Follow this “eye”-opening scenario to better understand the importance of following the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).

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