For U.S. companies and citizens operating in foreign countries, trade agreements and agency agreements often supplement tax treaty provisions. In addition, international trade law and international tax law intersect with respect to transfer pricing and intercompany pricing arrangements. This treatise puts trade law and customs into the international tax context.
International Trade Laws of the United States: Statutes and Strategies is designed for use by attorneys and accountants with clients trading overseas, and in-house trade law specialists, including professionals in the field of import/export law: both lawyers and nonlawyers. It takes an expansive perspective, covering not only core topics such as imports, exports, customs and trade remedies, but also such ancillary areas as intellectual property, transfer pricing and foreign direct investment.
International Trade Laws of the United States: Statutes and Strategies is written by Mark K. Neville, Jr., an expert in customs and international trade law in New York City, with contributions from the top trade and customs lawyers in the country.