Can we achieve a consistent approach to trade facilitation in the 21st century? Inquiring minds – or at least businesses that rely on moving goods across international borders – want to know.

Karen Lobdell, Director of Trade Security and Supply Chain Services and a member of the Customs & Trade Practice, answers this question in an article in the September 2009 issue of World Commerce Review addressing matters relating to the efforts of customs administrations as they attempt to not only redefine their role, but ensure compliance with policies and laws applicable to cross-border movement of goods.

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Source: World Commerce Review
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