By  on August 24, 2010

Nothing ever seems free when it comes to trade laws, but free trade zones — a sparingly used provision that gives companies a temporary pass on U.S. duties — at least have the potential to live up to their name.

When Brad Campbell, director of transportation and logistics at The Apparel Group Ltd., considered the process of designating the firm’s Dallas distribution center as a free trade zone, the benefits looked too good to be true.

 

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