PLM Week 28 (US)

The following customs, trade agreements and export control updates occurred in Week 28 (6 July 2020 - 12 July 2020) in the US.


US CUSTOMS

  1. US-China Tariff Exclusions extended - More time to save money

  2. Review of U.S. Customs Bulletin and Decisions: Tariff classification of rigid plastic coolers, metal lunch boxes and COAG

  3. Many more products excluded from US-China tariffs

  4. US imposes 25% tariffs on €1.1 billion worth of French goods from 2021

  5. Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee (COAC) issued meeting documents

  6. US Import Alerts: From Low-Acid Canned Foods to Unapproved New Drugs in the USCBP: Notice of revocation of six ruling letters, modification of one ruling letter, and proposed revocation of treatment relating to the tariff classification of rigid plastic coolers.

  7. CBP Operation Update

US EXPORT CONTROLS

  1. Amazon Settles Allegations of U.S. Sanctions Violations

  2. The dangerous US-China "tit-for-tat" strategy that kills of global trade: Is Export Control next?

  3. Venezuelan persons on OFAC list published*Treasury Sanctions Chinese Entity and Officials Pursuant to Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act for Uighur human rights abuses

  4. More Venezuelan Vessels and Entities listed by OFAC

  5. OFAC Somalia Designation Removal Order Denying Export Privileges: Mahin Mojtahedzadeh

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US TRADE AGREEMENTS

  1. USMCA Explainer Video: All You Need To Know

  2. USMCA Video Series: Part 1 Introduction

  3. USMCA Video Series: Part 2 What changes?

  4. USMCA Video Series: Part 3: Rules of origin

  5. USMCA Video Series: Part 4: What business can do now

  6. US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) Implementing Instructions (Final)

  7. How does USMCA help YOUR State

  8. Great USMCA Report (From Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg)

  9. US-Kenya FTA negotiations kick-off

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