Posts Tagged Trade Compliance

Chemical Company and Its Owner Sentenced for Rebate Scheme, False Statements to U.S. Customs

This is not your typical trade compliance case.  Obviously, trade compliance issues are usually easy to address on the front end.  But this worst case scenario event is instructive. In reviewing this case, the sad part is that most of what was accomplished illegally could have been

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Compliance: what are the trade risks (Part 2)

by Janet.Labuda@FormerFedsGroup.Com In 2008, while I was still working for U.S. Customs Border Protection (CBP) on international trade enforcement, information kept arriving from other governments, as well as from the U.S. import community, alleging that textile products were being undervalued on the entry documents submitted to Customs.

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Compliance: it starts at the top

  by Janet.Labuda@FormerFedsGroup.Com Whether you are a small to medium sized enterprise, or a large multinational corporation, creating a culture of compliance starts at the top. This compliance culture should permeate your entire organization starting with the Chief Executive, the Chief Financial Officer, and the corporate counsel.

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