Given her expertise in customs law, including a thorough knowledge of the architecture of customs laws from entry and duty assessment processes to post entry audit to penalty regimes, Evelyn is able to assist clients, including companies, governments and development banks, with implementation of this important WTO Agreement. Her experience in this area includes representing clients in seeking legislative reforms to modernize U.S. customs laws. She also served for decades as a private sector advisor to the U.S. Government on Customs and Trade Facilitation for trade negotiations. Thus, Evelyn has years of experience working to eliminate burdensome and unnecessary customs procedures and has the knowledge and experience of the structure of customs laws to make necessary changes to facilitate trade.
She has authored numerous commentaries and is a thought leader on the importance of the Agreement to the global economy.
- TFA will take political will and private participation
This article by Evelyn Suarez first appeared on May 9th at Adam Smith Project. WTO’s trade facilitation deal has sweeping potential >>> Read More
- Global Trade Under Fire: What that Means for Africa?
This post originally appeared on the Africa Syndicate Blog on September 10, 2016.By all accounts, international trade is in trouble >>> Read More
- Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015
Under Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015 CBP to Investigate Allegations of Evasion of Antidumping and Countervailing Duty >>> Read More