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CIT Rejection of Excise 'Double Drawback' Regs Likely to Result in New Final Rule, Hold on Processing Claims

Recent CBP regulations limiting the amount of drawback that can be claimed on excise taxes look set to be invalidated, after the Court of International Trade issued a decision Jan. 24 that found those limits contradict the legal framework…Subscribe to Read >>

FDA Steps Up FSVP Enforcement

The Food and Drug Administration has stepped up enforcement of Foreign Supplier Verification Program requirements for importers, moving beyond imported foods that pose imminent food safety risks to now also take enforcement action against all importers that fail to meet…Subscribe to Read >>

Many Section 232 Expansion Questions Remain

Importers and domestic producers are waiting to find out which steel and aluminum finished products will be hit with 25 percent and 10 percent tariffs, respectively (see 2001250003), because the administration said tariffs on the raw materials that make…Subscribe to Read >>

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CBP Ruling From 2002 Allows for Forced Labor in Packaging Operations

The textile and apparel industry is at particular risk of being caught up in CBP's efforts to stop imports of goods made with forced labor “since the complete supply chain is enormous by any measure,” U.S. Fashion Industry Association Customs…Read More >>

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2020 Forced Labor-Potential Impact To Global Supply Chains Webinar from Automotive Industry Action Group, 1-2 p.m. (here)