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April 28, 2009 

Non-U.S. Import/Export Controls Program to be Held in Dallas on May 18th in Dallas, Texas

While most U.S. companies are familiar with U.S. import and export requirements, it is often difficult for U.S. companies to obtain information on the import and export requirements in other countries in which they do business.

If your company has non-U.S. operations or conducts business around the globe you are in luck because the North Texas District Export Council is holding a program entitled "Non–U.S. Trade Controls: A Deeper Dive" on May 18, 2009 in Dallas, Texas.

This program, which will feature experienced speakers on customs and export control issues from Japan, the European Union, Canada, China and other countries, will cover the following topics:

• What are the differing trade controls regimes?
• What are the differences from U.S. trade controls?
• What types of operations will subject U.S. companies and their affiliates to these controls?
• What about conflicts between U.S. trade controls and controls in these countries?

The program will also feature panels on technology transfers in a global economy and managing global trade compliance, both from an outside counsel/consultant perspective and from an in-house point of view.

The cost of the full day program is only $95, which is a bargain. For more information and to register for the conference, click here or call the North Texas Export Assistance Center at (817) 310-3744.

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