Omaha fundamentals program on tariffs, trade zones and antidumping

November 10, 2017 – The Midwest International Trade Association (MITA) of Nebraska will hold this fundamentals morning program on Thursday, Nov. 16th at the Tiburon Clubhouse in Omaha.


The program will present fundamentals of Free Trade Zones (FTZs), their benefits to business, as well as one of the hottest topics in trade today, antidumping. This seminar is designed for those who are unfamiliar with FTZs including a more recently available program called an Alternative Site Framework (ASF). Whether importing, exporting or a third-party service provider, this seminar will give the opportunity to learn the program basics and operational requirements from those managing and operating their own FTZ’s.

The second portion of the seminar will expose the latest perspective regarding changes to countervailing (CVD) and antidumping (ADD) duties. CVD and ADD have gotten a lot of press lately due to their impact on trade across many industries. Learn what duties may change in the future, as well as what the implications are to those who import products subject to ADD and CVD.

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