Customs and International Trade Bar Association

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Description The Customs and International Trade Bar Association (CITBA) membership consist of attorneys who maintain an interest in the field of customs law, international trade law and related matters.

CITBA members represent United States importers, exporters and domestic producers with matters that involve the United States customs laws, anti-dumping and countervailing duty law, safeguards, export licensing, other miscellaneous international trade laws (e.g., GSP), and related laws and regulations of other U.S. federal agencies concerned with international commerce.
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Submission Date 01/03/11 (Edited 03/23/13)



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