Alan M. Field
“Studies estimate that the TFA will cut the average cost of exporting by some 14 percent."

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Major revisions in the North American Free Trade Agreement or other trade agreements could create a bigger market for electronic audit and payment services.
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3PLs are confident that demand for their expertise and services will be strong, regardless of the policy directions the new US administration pursues.
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