Updated: Importer Operational Guidance on China’s Uyghur Forced Labor Import Ban – Entity List Now Available

2022-06-20T16:28:09+00:00June 20th, 2022|International Trade Issues, Other Government Agencies/Depts., Trade Compliance, U.S. Customs|

Updated - UFLPA's Entity List now available. Will your business be affected by the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act? Find out the details on a newly released operational guide for importers to help to assist in preparing for the implementation of a ban on goods from forced labor regions, which goes into effect on June 21, 2022.

Canada Opens Consultations on Steel Imports

2022-05-19T21:28:45+00:00May 19th, 2022|Canada Customs, Other Government Agencies/Depts., Trade Compliance|

Importer, manufacturer, processor and/or distributor of steel into Canada? The government is seeking public comments on whether it should collect and publish country of melt and pour (COM) information for steel imports under the Canada’s Steel Import Monitoring Program. Find out all the details and how you can participate here.

FDA Program for Importers of Food Has May 31 Application Deadline

2022-05-11T20:56:07+00:00May 11th, 2022|Other Government Agencies/Depts., U.S. Customs|

Application to participate in the Food and Drug Administration’s Voluntary Qualified Importer Program (VQIP) for fiscal year 2023 will close on May 31 for importers. Find out all the details on the program that you need to know, including eligibility and how to apply here.

Temporary COVID-19 Duty Remission Order Set to Expire on May 7, 2022

2022-04-21T16:05:27+00:00April 20th, 2022|Canada Customs, COVID-19, Other Government Agencies/Depts., Trade Compliance|

Will your goods be affected? CBSA Customs Notice 22-08 announced that the Certain Goods Remission Order (COVID-19): SOR/2020-101 will be repealed and entitlement to relief of customs duties for importers under the Order will end on May 7, 2022. Find out all the details here.

USTR Tai Discusses the Biden Administration’s 2022 Trade Agenda with Congress

2022-04-06T15:26:04+00:00April 6th, 2022|International Trade Issues, Other Government Agencies/Depts.|

China's failure to fulfill its purchase commitments detailed in the “Phase One Agreement” and its continuing state-centered and non-market practices is the main focus of the 2022 trade agenda. Find out all the details of the challenges of trade with China and how the U.S. plans to defend their own interests and help them remain competitive.

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