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Update: GSP Refund Processing

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) advised that GSP refunds have been processed for entries that were flagged electronically on the entry summary. They will begin sending out the refunds now until 08/01/2018. On the latest CBP ACE bi-weekly trade

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Additional Tariffs on Chinese Goods Effective July 6; Exclusions May be Requested

The Trump administration announced June 15 a list of 818 products from China that will be subject to an additional 25 percent duty as of July 6. The administration also released a list of 284 other tariff lines – not

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Generalized System of Preferences 2018 As of April 22, 2018, customs brokers and filers were able to start filing GSP-eligible entry summaries without the payment of duties. GSP Retroactive refund: GSP-eligible formal and informal entries filed electronically via ABI indicating

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GSP Renewal and Seafood Import Monitoring Program (SIMP) included in Omnibus Spending Bill

  GSP Renewal Update   President Trump signed the Omnibus Appropriations bill which passed through the House and Senate on March 23, 2018. Because of this, GSP will be back in effect by April 23rd  (30 days after enactment).  Importers

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Update: GSP Renewal 2018

On February 8, 2018, Legislation H.R.4979 was introduced by Rep. David Reichart (R-WA-8) and 8 other congressmen to renew GSP which has expired on December 31, 2017.  The House passed the legislation by 400-2 vote. The GSP legislation renewal must

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Permit Renewal Reminder // Flower Inspections // USDA and FWL Inspections

Permit Renewal Reminder With the end of the year speedily approaching, it is very important to monitor and to make sure all import permits and licenses are renewed and up to date. This will help to avoid unnecessary delays in

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CBP and Partner Government Agency Reminders

To our valued clients: Thank you for your trust and loyalty to us! Never before, in the history of the US Importing & Exporting Industry, has there been such an excessive amount of new rules, mandatory requirements and regulations; Under

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Important Reminder: GSP Expiration December 31, 2017

Background: The GSP (Generalized System of Preference) provides duty-free treatment for over 3,500 products from a wide range of BCD’s (Beneficiary Developing Country’s) and an additional 1,500 products from LDBDC’s (Least Developed Beneficiary Developing Country’s).  The GSP program promotes economic

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Generalized System of Preference (GSP) Free Trade Program Expires December 31,2017

The Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) is a renewable preferential trade program that allows the eligible products of designated beneficiary developing countries to enter the United States free of duty. The GSP program was expired on July 31, 2013 but

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Seafood: COOL! (Country of Origin Labeling)

Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) is a labeling law that requires retailers, such as full-line grocery stores, supermarkets and club warehouse stores, to notify their customers with information regarding the source of certain foods. Food products covered by the law

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