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April 05, 2009 

OFAC to Hold First-Ever International Trade Symposium in Washington, DC

The Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) recently announced that it is holding its first-ever International Trade Symposium on May 15, 2009 in Washington, DC.

According to OFAC, the free Symposium is "designed to provide the international trade community with insight and perspective from top officials on compliance, enforcement and licensing issues related to U.S. export controls" and will provide "a unique opportunity to hear from and interact with not only the Office of Foreign Assets Control, but key personnel in the Census Bureau, Customs and Border Patrol, Bureau of Industry and Security, and the State Department’s Office of Defense Trade Controls."

For registration information and more details, click here to see the PDF flyer issued by OFAC.

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