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August 04, 2004 

U.S. Customs to Hold Steel Import Seminar in Long Beach

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has annoucned that it will sponsor a seminar for CBP personnel and customs brokers on steel indentification, classification and trade law in Long Beach, California on September 21 and 22, 2004. The seminar will include topics related to the technical, commercial and legal issues associated with the import of steel products into the U.S. The seminiar will be held at the Long Beach Public Library and Information Center. For more information, please contact Mr. Ronald Cole (562-366-5733) or Richard Andrejko (562-366-5706).


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