NCITD to Hold Free Trade Agreements Program on May 7, 2008
The National Council on International Trade Development is presenting a day-long seminar in Arlington, Virginia on May 7, 2008 entitled "Free Trade Agreements for U.S. Businesses: A Practical Seminar on how U.S. Free Trade Agreements Work".
The program will be led by Frank Reynolds, the well-known author of Free Trade Agreements for Americans and Incoterms for Americans and a internationally recognized speaker. Attendees will receive a copy of Free Trade Agreements for Americans, which contains useful and practical information on U.S. free trade agreements.
This program will provide useful and practical information to U.S. importers and exporters on the rules of origin of U.S. free trade agreements and other valuable information on determining if products qualify for free trade agreement benefits.
NCITD's Free Trade Agreements program will be held at the The Hilton Arlington, located at 950 North Stafford Street, Arlington, Virginia 22203.
The program fee is only $195 for NCITD members and $295 for non-members.
For more information on the program see the following link on the NCITD's website. A PDF brochure on the program can be found here.
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