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Biography for Brian Feito

Brian Feito, Deputy Managing Editor, is a reporter for International Trade Today and its sister publication Export Compliance Daily. A licensed customs broker, Brian covers a wide range of subjects including customs and trade-facing product regulation, the courts, antidumping and countervailing duties and Mexico and the European Union. Brian is a graduate of the University of Florida and George Mason University. He joined the staff of Warren Communications News in 2012.

Recent Articles by Brian Feito

Unfinished Chinese Solar Cells Finished in Vietnam Still Subject to AD/CV Duties, Commerce Says

Solar modules made from unfinished solar cells imported from China into Vietnam for finishing are likely subject to antidumping and countervailing duties on crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells, whether or not assembled into modules, from China (A-570-979/C-570-980), the Commerce Department said…Subscribe to Read >>

Aluminum Licensing Requirements Now Take Effect June 28, CBP Says

The Commerce Department will delay a requirement for aluminum import licenses under its new Aluminum Import Monitoring System until June 28, CBP said in a CSMS message sent March 29. “At the request of the Department of Commerce the [Aluminum…Subscribe to Read >>

New CBP Task Force to Help Develop Customs Modernization Legislative Package

CBP is embarking “in earnest” on a process to develop a legislative package on a scale not seen since the Customs Modernization Act of 1993, said John Leonard, CBP executive director-trade policy and programs, at the March 17 meeting of…Subscribe to Read >>

All Shakes and Shingles Exempt From Softwood Lumber AD/CV Duties, Not Certain Grades, Commerce Says

All cedar shakes and shingles are exempt from antidumping and countervailing duties on softwood lumber from Canada (A-122-857/C-122-858), not just certain categories, the Commerce Department said in a March 12 scope ruling. Despite circumvention concerns from domestic lumber producers, Commerce…Subscribe to Read >>

CBP to Allow Continued Use of Part 102 NAFTA Marking Regs, Agency Official Says

CBP will allow importers to continue to use Part 102 NAFTA marking rules for goods imported from Canada and Mexico, even though they are no longer a requirement for USMCA preferences, said James Kim, a lawyer with CBP’s Office of…Subscribe to Read >>