Incoterms serve to allocate costs and responsibilities between buyer seller. With new trade agreements poised to come into play, their use is expected to increase in drafting both international as well as wholly domestic contracts for the sale of goods. Incoterms are considered by customs and tax authorities in conducting customs and tax audits, so a clear understanding of Incoterms and the implications of their use is critical by in-house counsel, CFOs, buyers, as well as those involved in customs, transportation, and logistics functions.
Led by I.E.Canada president Joy Nott, this 2 hr webinar will review pertinent points for international traders for all 11 Incoterms, including best practices on contract negotiation and drafting, and will the identify pitfalls and advantages of each term.
March 8, 2017 1:00-3:00pm EST