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October 15, 2018
Recent Customs Ruling Raises Concern about Applicability of Section 301 Duties on Goods Not Qualifying for NAFTA Duty Preference
October 2, 2018
USTR Releases Fact Sheets about USMC Trade Agreement
October 1, 2018
COBRA Fees for Customs Users Adjust for Inflation
September 25, 2018
ACE Deployment, Switch to National Broker Permit, Scheduled for August 2019
September 25
China Imposes Another Round of Retaliatory Tariffs
September 20, 2018
USTR Finalizes Third Tranche of Tariff Numbers Subject to China 301 Duties
September 20, 2018
China 301 List 1 and 2 Exclusion Deadlines are Fast Approaching
September 14, 2018
Trump Signs Miscellaneous Tariff Bill
July 11, 2018
More 301 Duties on China Expected
June 22, 2018
USTR Announces Tariffs on Retaliatory Section 301 Tariffs on Chinese Products
May 23, 2018
Commerce Initiates Section 232 Investigation for Imported Autos and Auto Parts
May 3, 2018
Argentina Agrees to Export Quotas, Avoids Section 232 Tariffs
May 1, 2018
232 Update: Exemptions Extended, Drawback Denied
April 26, 2017
CBP Announces New GSP Refund Process, Special Section 232-Related Procedures
April 13, 2018
President's Trade Authority to be Investigated by ITC
April 5, 2018
Chinese Government Requests WTO Consultations for Section 301 Tariffs
April 4, 2018
USTR Publishes Proposed List of Products Subject to Section 301 Tariffs
April 4, 2018
Chinese Government Files Retaliatory Tariff Notice with WTO, Promises Additional Ag and Automotive Tariffs
April 4, 2018
USTR to Accept Petitions Regarding GSP Modification
March 29, 2018
KORUS Agreement Reached: Autos, Pharmaceuticals, Currency the Focus of Planned Amendments
March 29, 2018
Japan Rules Out Possible Bilateral FTA Talks with U.S., Objects to Section 232 Steel Proclamation
March 22, 2018
USTR Office Publishes Section 301 Report on Chinese IP, Data Transfer Policies and Practices
March 19, 2018
Commerce Releases 232 Exclusion Materials And Interim Regulations
March 8, 2018
President Trump Signs “National Security” Proclamation Restricting Aluminum Imports
March 8, 2018
President Trump Signs “National Security” Proclamation Restricting Steel Imports
February 16, 2018
COMMERCE RELEASES SECTION 232 REPORTS FOR STEEL, ALUMINUM
January 22, 2018
UNITED STATES IMPOSES TARIFF RATE QUOTA ON SOLAR CELLS AND MODULES
January 22, 2018
UNITED STATES IMPOSES TARIFF RATE QUOTA ON LARGE RESIDENTIAL WASHERS
November 28, 2017
Commerce Self-Initiates AD/CVD Investigations of Chinese Aluminum Sheet Imports
November 28, 2017
Banco Bilbao Banks with Blockchain
November 22, 2017
Fifth Round of NAFTA Negotiations Takes Place in Mexico City
November 22, 2017
Pacific Rim Partners Agree on Outlines of a U.S.-Free TPP
September 14, 2017
KORUS Review Still Underway; White House No Longer Considering Withdrawal
September 14, 2017
NAFTA's Fourth Round of Negotiations Scheduled for Mid-October
September 13, 2017
House Bill Introduced Prohibiting Importation of Certain Venezuelan Petroleum Goods
September 12, 2017
CBP Solicits Comments Regarding Potential Regulatory Cutbacks or Changes
September 12, 2017
NCBFAA Advocates for Bankruptcy Protections for Customs Brokers in Position Paper
August 30, 2017
Hurricane Harvey Causes Long-Term Closures in Texas Ports
August 30, 2017
Steel Execs. Write Trump: Get the Lead Out and Help the Steel Industry
August 29
Antidumping/Countervailing Duty Petition Filed Concerning Titanium Sponge
August 22, 2017
USTR Initiates Section 301 Investigation of Chinese IP Policy
August 16, 2017
AD/CVD Petition on Stainless Steel Flanges from China and India Filed with ITC, DOC
August 10, 2017
Commerce Rules Heat-Treated Aluminum 5050 Extrusions As Circumvention; Overturns Related Scope Rulings
July 20, 2016
First Round of NAFTA Talks Scheduled: Negotiation Objectives Include ROOs, ISDS, Labor and Environment Standards
July 3
USTR Requests U.S.-Korean Joint Committee to Review KORUS Agreement
June 29, 2017
Travel Goods Now Eligible for GSP Benefits
July 5, 2017
U.S. - U.K. Bilateral FTA Talks Scheduled for July
May 5, 2011
 

CBP Delays Enforcement for Entering Instruments of International Traffic with Residual Chemicals

Pending the resolution of information technology issues, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is delaying its enforcement of the requirement that residue imported in containers considered to be instruments of international traffic be manifested, classified, and entered. In July 2009, CBP announced that it would no longer allow containers imported with residual cargo to be entered as empty. On May 3, 2011, CBP updated its Frequently Asked Questions document to indicate that an enforcement date for HQ Ruling H026715 has not been set. The enforcement date had previously been listed as July 17, 2011.

 

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