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Oct. 12, 2016 About l Federal Register

Revamped MTB Process Offers Significant Duty Savings; Oct. 13 Webinar to Review Details

The first miscellaneous trade bill process in six years is set to get underway Oct. 14 when the International Trade Commission starts accepting public petitions for import duty suspensions or reductions as directed by the MTB reform bill approved by Congress and signed into law earlier this year. Each approved duty modification can result in savings of up to $500,000 per year.

Burma Sanctions Program Terminated, Including Ban on Gem and Jewelry Imports


Asia Update: Trade Liberalization, Foreign Investment, Vietnam Port, China-Colombia FTA

 
$1.5 Million Penalty for Shipping Act Violations

ATF Testing Submission of Export Data Through ACE

AD/CV: Crawfish Meat, Steel Cylinders, Pipe Fittings

Guidance and Fire Control Equipment Among Items Transferred to Commerce Control List
CBP Accepts Proposal to Upgrade Border Infrastructure for Fresh Produce
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