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CUSTOMS CREATES NAFTA SERVICE CENTER

 WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Beginning Feb. 1, U.S. Customs, which will be charged with implementing the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), will operate an information service to address questions and concerns involving NAFTA.
 The service, operational Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EST), will be available to U.S. importers and brokers, as well as Mexican and Canadian exporters and producers. It will also serve Customs field personnel. The information center can be reached by calling 202-927-0066.
 Similar information services have been established in Mexico and Canada and are open to U.S. exporters. Their numbers are:
 Canada -- 613-941-0965
 Mexico -- 525-211-35-45
 In the near future the U.S. service will be expanded to include a Flash Fax System, which will transmit directly to a caller's facsimile machine a variety of NAFTA-related information. An announcement will be made by U.S. Customs when the Flash Fax System is operational.
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 /CONTACT: Steve Duchesne of the U.S. Customs Service, 202-927-2206/


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