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About JBC

TODAY: Today, JBC International represents the interests of major international corporations, as well as a broad range of North American associations and trade groups. The firm is recognized as a leader in customs modernization and automation, supply chain security, regulatory compliance, intellectual property protection, and U.S. and foreign government affairs.

JBC’s client portfolio includes private sector companies, governments, international lending institutions, trade associations, and trade coalitions. We operate in markets around the world and in virtually every global industry, and we look forward to helping you develop, protect, and expand your international business.

2003: JBC International opened a branch office in Moscow. The decision to establish a permanent office in-country positioned JBC to assist the Russian government and develop a hub for commerce in the Eurasian region.

2002: JBC International signed its first contract with the U.S. Trade & Development Agency (USTDA). The original project called for a feasibility study and a series of trainings as part of a broad customs modernization initiative in the People’s Republic of China. In addition to continuing work with USTDA, JBC developed ongoing relationships with the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

1997: Mr. Clawson and his son, Jason B. Clawson, formed JBC International. They sought to create a firm that assisted companies in establishing or expanding business interests in foreign markets. Additionally, they recognized the need to help governments modernize their customs administrations in order to meet the needs of a rapidly expanding appetite for global commerce. Never losing sight of these two goals, JBC International developed a loyal clientele and established a reputation by providing exemplary service to both public and private-sector clients.

1982: Following a venerable career in domestic and international public service, including terms as Acting Assistant Secretary for the Treasury Department and Deputy Secretary General for the Customs Cooperation Council (now the World Customs Organization), James B. Clawson entered private practice as a consultant to multinational companies and trade associations.

 
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