Export Controls And Forwarder Due Diligence

Law360, New York (March 14, 2012, 1:58 PM EDT) -- International supply chains depend on relationships between a variety of intermediaries, some of which may have physical control of goods and others that “merely” have the ability to direct how and to where goods are distributed. The use of intermediaries provides obvious benefits to the well-run logistics system. Exporters can leverage the economies of scale that come from using third-party logistics providers and can use the intermediary’s network to reach areas of the world where it may not otherwise have a presence. The full benefits of...
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