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CBP Set to Test 3 Potential MID Replacements Beginning Late Spring, Agency Official Says

CBP plans to begin a pilot in late spring 2022 to test potential new global business identifiers to replace its much-maligned manufacturer/shipper identifier (MID) (see 1712080041), said James Byram, executive director of CBP’s Trade Transformation Office, July 22 at CBP’s…Subscribe to Read >>

Top Mexican Official Tells Congressional Trade Leaders, USTR That USMCA Auto ROO Problematic

Mexico's Economy Secretary, Tatiana Clouthier, said she talked about Mexico's concerns about the auto rules of origin with the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, the ranking members of that committee and of the Senate Finance Committee, two…Subscribe to Read >>

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USMCA Regulations Take Effect; CBP Proposes Expanded Use of Part 102 Rules

New regulations issued by CBP that implement USMCA provisions took effect on July 1, the agency said in a notice released the same day. The interim final rule implements USMCA language on import and export requirements, "general verifications and determinations…Read More >>

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