Tom Travis

Global Business expert Tom Travis is a managing partner of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., a leading international trade and customs law firm. He also serves as the chairman of Sandler & Travis Trade Advisory Services. He is also the author of the bestseller Doing Business Anywhere: The Essential Guide to Going Global .


The Trade War That Wasn't

New restrictions on tire imports from China may not provoke the backlash expected.

Importing Goods? Adhere to the Rules

Trade preferences can offer big duty savings, but mind the paperwork.

Trusted Traders Affected by Enforcement Emphasis

Take these steps to ensure security of international imports and expedite processing.

Trade Policy: The Road Ahead

Emerging trade policies contain a number of potential land mines that companies will have to watch out for, but Obama appears to be steering things in a positive direction.

The Evolution of Protectionism

Have the effects of cross-border trade influenced U.S. policy in favor of protectionism?

Trade Issues 2009: A Roundup

With a new administration, there's sure to be more changes to U.S. trade policy. Here are eight areas you should be paying particular attention to.

Piling On: New Trade Data Requirements

In the name of security, new regulations affecting shipments to the U.S. are enacted. Importers need to learn how to cope.

Get in on the Export Boom

Learn how to take the first step into foreign markets by developing an export compliance plan and determining which markets to enter.

New Rules, New Headaches for Importers

New laws are affecting importing and exporting. They could impact your business.

How to Maximize Your Export Profits

Learn 3 ways to save when dealing with foreign goods.

Eliminate Middlemen and Save on U.S. Customs Duties

Importers to the U.S. should employ the First Sale Rule to reduce the effect of markups.

Good News, Bad News as Customs Shifts Gears

The agency intends to improve trade facilitation, but enforcement could increase costs.

Break Into the Global Marketplace

Preference programs and free trade agreements can provide strategic advantage.

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