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Is There ROI in C-TPAT for Members? Should There Be?

Category: Trade Policy

by Peter Quinter, guest columnist US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is holding its annual conference of the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) this week at the beautiful JW Marriott in San Antonio, Texas. You can click here for more information. This year’s national conference is themed “C-TPAT: Partnering in Supply Chain…

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Can Entrepreneur Barbie Rev up Sales for Mattel?

With 150 careers under her (very tiny) belt, Barbie is becoming an entrepreneur. Outfitted with a business-savvy wardrobe and accessories, Entrepreneur Barbie is making a bid for relevance in a market whose consumers keep getting older younger and abandoning their dolls for digital devices. But can Entrepreneur Barbie reverse the…

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Pricey Shoes Nail Italy’s Share of US Footwear Imports

Category: Imports, Trade Data

Italy’s standing among the top-ranked countries of origin for US footwear imports rests on pricier, higher-end brand products, Datamyne’s bill-of-lading data shows. Almost all footwear bought by US consumers is imported, with China far and away the leading source – although rising labor costs there are driving production to other…

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