U.S. Trade Regulations
The laws and regulations governing cross-border trade are constantly changing. This makes international trade compliance challenging, complicated, and difficult. Written by Industry experts and updated regularly, these handbooks and information guides successfully streamline processes and gather information associated with operations and management of international trade compliance. The current manual series includes:
- United States Customs Regulations (USCR)
- Commerce Export Controls Handbook (CECH)
- Defense Trade Control Handbook (DTCH)
- Multilateral Export Controls (MEC)
- International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
(Price outside the U.S., Canada, and Mexico $325)
Order number: PB2004107208
United States Customs Regulations provide the information and guidance which an importer or customhouse broker needs to know to be in full compliance with the regulations and requirements of US Customs and Border Protection.
Specific areas covered include record keeping, rules of origin, customs rulings, duty refunds, customs bonds and duty reductions.
(Price outside the U.S., Canada, and Mexico $780)
Order number: PB2004107209
The Commerce Export Compliance Handbook provides the exporter with a key to understanding and navigating the complexities of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). This handbook is clear, comprehensive, accurate, and easy to use.
Specific topics include regulatory requirements, policies and procedures governing exports and re-exports, sample templates and licensing guidelines.
(Price outside the U.S., Canada, and Mexico $1040)
Order number: PB2004107210
The classic Defense Trade Controls Handbook is the most comprehensive guide for keeping the arms exporter compliant with the regulations, policies and procedures of the U.S. Government.
DTCH covers registration procedures, technical data, form preparation, electronic licensing and agreement procedures.
(Price outside the U.S., Canada, and Mexico $689)
Order number: PB2004107211
Multilateral Export Controls reports on multilateral agreements to coordinate export control on specific commodities, technologies and software with the goal of enhancing security and supporting the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
Information provided includes the Wassenaar Arrangement, the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR), the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), the Australia Group (AG), and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
(Price outside the U.S., Canada, and Mexico $130)
Order number: PB2004107212
International Traffic in Arms Regulations is the basic document governing trade in munitions and defense articles.
Topics covered include the U.S. Munitions List, registration, agreements, licenses, offshore procurement, violations and penalties.