Rules of Origin Really Do Rule

Inputs Make the Outputs: How Rules of Origin Really Do Rule

By · July 22, 2019

With rising tariffs, shifting politics, and increasing pressure for corporate social responsibility, many companies are opting to change their sourcing practices. However, many are overlooking an important factor to successful sourcing diversification – inputs and their origin.

This new ebook from Amber Road, now part of E2open, Inputs Make the Outputs: How Rules of Origin Really Do Rule, explores:

  • Why inputs and their origin matter
  • How to determine the preferential origin for your inputs
  • What Rules of Origin are and how to successfully apply them
  • The benefits of a digital Rule of Origin Query Tool

Learn how to make changes to your sourcing practices while reducing costs, time, and errors – download this eBook today!

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