With the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA, aka the USMCA in the United States) coming into force on July 1st, there are many things to consider, such as the steps you should be taking to assess your company’s ability to manage imports/exports under the new requirements and the risks associated with self-certifying origin.
The primary focus of the session will largely be concerned specifically with the impact on the automotive industry in light of higher regional value content requirements and the new labour value content called for by the agreement’s more complex Automotive Rules of Origin.
Along with an in-depth analysis of the new automotive rules of origin, speakers will explain other significant changes from the existing North American Free Trade Agreement, in addition to addressing the “nuts and bolts” of customs compliance for all companies navigating the detailed uniform regulations that were published last week by the United States Trade Representative.
In light of the current business environment, it can be expected the session may also include some discussion about various North American cross-border trade and supply chain issues relative to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Date: Wednesday, 17 June 2020 at 1:00-2:30 pm ET
Location: Online (details on how to join the webinar are included in the registration confirmation email).
Accreditation: 2.5 CCS (Certified Customs Specialist) points / 2.5 CTCS (Certified Trade Compliance Specialist) credits
Cost: Non-CSCB Members - CA$56.25 (plus applicable taxes)
Daniel L. Kiselbach
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Note: There will be no refunds for this event, however, substitution is available.