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Livingston's compliance deep dive
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Livingston dives deeper into trade compliance with Vastera acquisition. By Eric Kulisch Livingston International, the largest pure-play customs broker in North America, in early April significantly increased its capability in the trade compliance arena with the acquisition of the global trade business of J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, best known by its original name Vastera. CEO Peter Luit said in an interview that privately-held Livingston and Vastera offer very complimentary services w...
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