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DEDO to teach course on foreign trade zones


The Delaware Economic Development Office (DEDO) is hosting a training session on May 16 for businesses to learn more about the laws and regulations shaping Free Trade Zones in Delaware.

Free Trade Zones are special geographic areas that exist outside U.S. Customs for the purpose of storage, assembly, exhibition, manufacturing, and processing.

The agency partnered with CT Corporation and World Trade Center Delaware to organize the session.

“Globalization has changed how products are manufactured. The use of the Foreign Trade Zones program assists companies in reducing costs, paperwork, and delays while improving greater efficiencies in the supply chain,” said World Trade Center Delaware Executive Directive Carla Sydney Stone. “

The session will be held at 1007 N. Orange Street in Wilmington from 4:00-6:30 p.m. on May 16th.

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