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Exporting Food and Ag Products: Trends, Trajectories and Tips

 

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Effective Management of the International Distributor Relationship – Optimizing Growth while Mitigating Risk

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On The Road with Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo is an Event Sponsor of MITA’s November 9, 2021, event focused on “Exporting Food and Ag Products”. MITA met with Dr. Michael J. Swanson (Wells Fargo Agricultural Economist and Consultant, who will also be a speaker during the event), Steven Hayes (Information Security Analyst at Wells Fargo), and Rebecca Harring (Wells Fargo Senior […]

 

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Talking Trade with guest Jay Nash

Jay Nash, President of MITA and principal of Nash Global Trade Services, was a recent guest on WisBusiness’s Talking Trade podcast.  Ian Coxhead from UW Madison and Sandi Segal, President of M.E. Dey, talk with Jay on the hot topic of Export Controls and why they’re important.  Gain insight on US export controls, the increased […]

 

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Eliminating Non-Dutiable Charges from Customs Value

Written by Andrew Siciliano and Elizabeth Shingler, KPMG, LLP Determining accurate customs values for your imported goods can help prevent leaving money on the table.  In this Global Trade Magazine article from July 26 issue, you’ll learn about the 8 overlooked, non-dutiable charges that can help reduce overall tariff spend. https://lnkd.in/ddG37UTr

 

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