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November 10, 2009 

Registration Now Open for Webcast of CBP's Sold-Out 2009 Trade Symposium

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced today that it is offering for the first time a webcast of the sold-out 2009 Trade Symposium that will be held in Washington, DC from December 8 – 10, 2009.

All general sessions of the Trade Symposium will be shown as part of the live webcast and CBP will also select three breakout sessions to show during the live webcast. All of the general sessions and eight breakout sessions will be available to registrants to view for 30 days following the program. on-demand access.

The cost to view the webcast is $35.00 and is now open. Click here for the 2009 Trade Symposium agenda and to register for the webcast (note that the link to the registration website is listed in the "on the web" portion on the right side of the page).

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