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August 08, 2012 

Global Customs Forum to be held in in Sao Paulo, Brazil on September 18-19,2012

The Trusted Trade Alliance (TTA) and Brazil’s International Trade Institute (ICI) are presenting the 2012 Global Customs Forum in Sao Paulo, Brazil on September 18-19, 2012.

This year’s conference, entitled “Leveraging Trade Facilitation for Latin America's Economic Growth”, will bring together key players from the public and private sectors in Brazil, countries in the broader region and from other parts of the world.

The focus of the 2012 Global Customs Forum will be on international standards for trade facilitation, on customs and border solutions directly relevant to the region’s trade growth potential and solutions to alleviate the increasing trade barriers and compliance burdens on business.

The program will be of special interest to government and multilateral policymakers, corporate executives responsible for international procurement and sales, trade compliance and customs administration, import and export, and logistics and supply chain professionals. It will also be of interest to corporate counsel, customs and trade lawyers, and service providers in the international trade field.

More information about the conference can be found on the conference website at  www.globalcustomsforum.com. The current version of the program agenda can be found here.


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