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Biography for Tim Warren

Tim Warren is Managing Editor of International Trade Today, Export Compliance Daily and Trade Law Daily. He has led the International Trade Today editorial team since it was purchased by Warren Communications News in 2012 and was on the staff of Communications Daily before that. Tim is a 2005 graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts and lives in Maryland with his wife and three kids.

Recent Articles by Tim Warren

Top ITT Articles You May Have Missed From Last Week

International Trade Today is providing readers with the top stories from July 12-16 in case they were missed. All articles can be found by searching on the titles or by clicking on the hyperlinked reference number.Subscribe to Read >>

Top ITT Articles You May Have Missed From Last Week

International Trade Today is providing readers with the top stories from July 6-9 in case they were missed. All articles can be found by searching on the titles or by clicking on the hyperlinked reference number.Subscribe to Read >>

US, Mexico Agree to Remediation Plan in First USMCA Rapid Response Case

The U.S. and Mexico reached an agreement for how to remediate labor issues at a General Motors factory in Silao, Mexico, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai said in a July 8 news release. The remediation plan is a result of…Subscribe to Read >>

Financial Interest of Wine Intermediary Enough to Act as Importer of Record, CBP Says

A selling agent working as intermediary between European wineries and U.S. wine wholesalers has enough of a financial interest to be the importer of record, CBP said in a June 30 ruling. Quality Brand Imports requested a ruling from CBP…Subscribe to Read >>

'Some Industry Resistance' Expected on Proposed Use of Part 102 Rules for Origin

A CBP proposal to expand the use of Part 102 marking rules to determine the country of origin for non-preferential claims (see 2107010045) could be controversial, law firm Neville Peterson said in a July 6 blog post. The proposal to…Subscribe to Read >>