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What You Missed at CBP’s Virtual Trade Week

From September 8-11, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) held its first virtual trade week. Over the course of the event, CBP held an action-packed series of webinars on the following topics: United States-Mexico-Canada-Agreement (USMCA) Forced Labor Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) E-Commerce 21st Century Customs Framework (21CCF) In the midst of this global pandemic BlogsRead More

U.S. Ends Differential Treatment for Hong Kong

On Tuesday, August 11, 2020, United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced via Federal Register Notice that all items made in Hong Kong and destined for the U.S. must now indicate “China” as the country of origin. Hong Kong’s unique political situation as an autonomous city-state initially called for specially tailored laws and regulations BlogsRead More

Government Agencies Seek out Blockchain solutions to Strengthen Current Systems

In an effort to improve the security and tranquility of Americans, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) along with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are looking for tech-startups and scientific talent to be integrated into DHS’ Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP). DHS and its subsidiary groups BlogsRead More

China Imposes Retaliatory Tariffs and US intends to Strike Back – Tell the USTR Why Your Product Should Not Be on the New List!

As the trade war between the United States and China drags into its second year, a resolution does not appear to be in the near future. In fact, following the most recent wave of escalations, the US stock market plummeted over 600 points leading into Monday, May 13. While the trade war continues, neither side BlogsRead More

Chinese Telecom Giant, ZTE, Faced with Largest Penalty Ever Levied

In our previous post, we discussed ZTE’s record penalty for selling technology with US-origin chips to North Korea and Iran, in violation of US trade laws. The company initially received a $1.19 billion in penalties and was ordered to reprimand the executives responsible for the malfeasance’s as a condition to re-enter the United States (US) market BlogsRead More

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