As used in the Workshop, nearshoring is the movement of manufacturing processes from abroad to the NAFTA (or maybe even the DR-CAFTA) region. Typically this means moving from Asia to North America. Reshoring is the movement of manufacturing processes from abroad to the United States. Again, this is typically from Asia to the United States. David has written about different aspects of this process, including the prospect for job growth from reshoring and the likelihood that reshoring will lead to a net increase in imports into the United States. This Workshop will focus on the practical compliance consequences of nearshoring and reshoring.