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CBP Allows for Extended Entry Summary Review Period for Trade Remedy Tariffs

CBP will have the ability to grant up to 300 days to reject entry summaries that are subject to new or coming tariffs, CBP said in a CSMS message. CBP will allow for up to 300 days, "with supervisory … Subscribe to Read >>

Yarns and Fabrics Should Be Duty-Exempt 'Components,' Trade Groups Tell Congress

Trade groups for clothing companies and retailers would like to see Congress take up legislative language that would allow for yarns and fabrics to be treated as duty-free "components," the group said in an April 23 letter to leadership of … Subscribe to Read >>

Top ITT Articles You May Have Missed From Last Week

International Trade Today is providing readers with some of the top stories for April 16-20 in case they were missed. Subscribe to Read >>

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Importers and Customs Brokers File Court Challenge of New TFTEA Drawback Requirements

Several drawback filers and importers on March 23 filed a court challenge of CBP’s new policies on drawback procedures under the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act. They say CBP violated the Administrative Procedure Act when it changed drawback requirements via a guidance document issued in February without allowing for notice and comment on what amount to regulatory changes. … Read More >>

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14
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross speaks at National Press Club luncheon, 12:30 p.m. (here)
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15
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16
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16
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