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CBP and the Private Sector. Trade Engagement. $2,000,000,000,000. Trade facilitated by CBP during FY 2010. Transforming CBP. Four major strategies. Modernizing CBP Trade Processes. 4. Modernizing CBP Trade Processes. Modernizing CBP Trade Processes. Modernizing CBP Trade Processes.

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2 000 000 000 000
$2,000,000,000,000

Trade facilitated by CBP during FY 2010.

transforming cbp
Transforming CBP

Four major strategies

engaging the private sector
Engaging the Private Sector

CBP Office of Trade Relations

commercial operations advisory committee
Commercial Operations Advisory Committee

Trade Facilitation

Manage by Account

The Role of the Broker

One U.S. Government at the Border

Air Cargo Security

Land Border

AD/CVD Duties

IPR Enforcement

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2 000 000 000 0001
$2,000,000,000,000

Trade facilitated by CBP during FY 2010.

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economic competitiveness
Economic Competitiveness
  • Cross-border trade
  • Efficient & secure flow

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partnership for economic prosperity
Partnership forEconomic Prosperity

Customs and Border Protection – International Trade Administration

Goals:

  • Economic competitiveness
    • Security enhances efficient flows
    • Efficient flows enhance security
  • Education
    • Local economies
    • Resources available
    • Successes
  • Broader stakeholder partnerships

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strategy tactics
Strategy & Tactics
  • Phase One
  • Focus Groups
  • Develop communication material
    • Business
    • Success
  • Phase Two
  • Host meetings
  • Leverage relationships
    • Trade organizations
    • Congress
    • Local Chambers of Commerce

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fy 2010 us imports by country

Value by Country

FY 2010 US Imports by Country

$350,000,000,000

$32,403,703

$3,000

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fy 2010 us imports from canada
FY 2010 US Imports from Canada

Value by State

$45,000,000,000

$1,643,167,673

$60,000,000

FY 2010 US Imports from Canada

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fy 2010 us imports from mexico
FY 2010 US Imports from Mexico

Value by State

$80,000,000,000

$692,820,323

$6,000,000

FY 2010 US Imports from Mexico

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Value by Country

$250,000,000,000

$27,386,128

$3,000

FY 2010 US Exports by Country

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Canada - $241B

Top US industries exporting to Canada:

Automotive and Aerospace

Base Metals and Machinery

Pharmaceuticals, Health and Chemicals

IT/Consumer Electronics

FY 2010 US Exports to Canada

25

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Mexico - $156B

Top US Industries exporting to Mexico:

IT/Consumer Electronics

Base Metals and Machinery

Automotive and Aerospace

Pharmaceuticals

Health and Chemicals

FY 2010 US Exports to Mexico

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1 in 4
1 in 4

One out of every four jobs in the U.S. depends on international trade.

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Export Related Employment by State

650,000

44,159

3,000

2009 US Export-Related Employment by State

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Manufacturing Employment by State

300,000

14,491

700

2009 US Manufacturing Employment by State

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Non-Manufacturing Employment by State

350,000

14,491

600

2009 US Non- Manufacturing Employment by State

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