Easing the security burden

October 2003
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);10/27/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 43, p22
Focuses on the effects of joining an association certified for Customs-Trade Partnership (C-TPAT) Against Terrorism on the security concerns of meat importers. Benefits derived by the Meat Importers Council of America (MICA) for joining the C-TPAT; Comment from Laurie Bryant, executive director of MICA, on other non monetary benefits derived from C-TPAT; Information on the security profile of MICA.


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