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CBP Seeing 'Reinvigoration' of Forced Labor Enforcement, CBP's Kipel Says

There's been a "reinvigoration" of forced labor enforcement issues at CBP following the repeal of the "consumptive demand" exemption last year (see 1603010043), said Alice Kipel, executive director of CBP's Office of Regulations and Rulings. The "consumptive demand" consideration … Subscribe to Read >>

Petition Filed for New AD/CV Duties on Canadian Civil Aircraft Targets Future Imports

Boeing is asking for the imposition of antidumping and countervailing duties on 100-seat to 150-seat large civil aircraft from Canada, it said in petitions filed with the Commerce Department and International Trade Commission on April 27. The petition, which targets … Subscribe to Read >>

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CBP Lays Out Permissible Work for Unlicensed Customs Consultants

A U.S. customs broker license isn't necessary to create a tariff classification database, file ruling requests and protests, prepare import manuals or conduct post-entry audit reviews in many cases, CBP said in a Jan. 26 ruling (here). Neville Peterson lawyer John Peterson filed the ruling request on behalf of a Canadian customs consultancy that is working with a multinational chemical company on providing resources related to imports into the U.S. CBP agreed to keep confidential the identifying information of the companies involved in the ruling. … Read More >>

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