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Top ITT Articles You May Have Missed From Last Week

International Trade Today is providing readers with the top stories from last week in case they were missed. All articles can be found by searching on the titles or by clicking on the hyperlinked reference number.

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First Broker Continuing Ed Requirements Could Start in 2024, NCBFAA NEI Director Says2301200016
AMS to Require Certs for All Organic Imports; Will Allow Weekly, Monthly Certs2301180051
Companies Say Section 301 Tariffs Have Cost Millions, Slowed Hiring, Not Stopped China2301180029
CBP Hopes to Standardize Forced Labor Enforcement Processes in Coming Year, Highsmith Says2301190067
Metals, Textiles, Paper, Cabinetry Producers Ask for Continued or Higher Section 301 Tariffs2301180037
CBP Looks to Wrap Up 21CCF Discussions, Send Proposal to Congress in 2023, Agency Official Says2301180028
PGAs List Few New Rulemakings in Fall Regulatory Agenda2301170061
CBP's Jan. 18 Customs Bulletin Has 2 Ruling Notices2301180060
CBP Now Requiring Data on Original Amounts for Double Flagged Reconciliation Entries2301200056
FMC Should Dismiss Complaint Due to Lack of Jurisdiction, Hapag-Lloyd Says2301180013