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U.S. Customs and Border Protection has announced the next increment in its transition of operational trade functions from ports of entry to the Centers of Excellence and Expertise.
Brazil’s program incorporates three certifications: OEA-Security (OEA-S), OEA-Compliance (OEA-C), and Full OEA (OEA-P).
After some delay, the Mexican government has issued a regulation creating effective from January 19 for “commercial statistical monitoring purposes” a new automatic licensing system for footwear imports.
Revised U.S. government regulations implementing recent changes in U.S. trade and other policies toward Cuba will take effect Jan. 16. These regulatory modifications do not lift the U.S. economic embargo against Cuba but do allow additional trade-related activities.
DOT will now begin accepting applications for permanent authority for such trucks, which should eliminate the threat of Mexico resuming retaliatory sanctions against U.S. exports.
The Bureau of Industry and Security posted to its Web site recently the following information regarding U.S. controls on exports of crude oil and petroleum products.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Office of Regulatory Audit recently announced plans to do more audit survey work with importers to more effectively utilize its resources.
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The settlement calls for a proposed rule to be issued by June 1 and a final rule to be issued by Aug. 1, 2016.
The U.S. and Mexico said following the second meeting of their High-Level Economic Dialogue this week that they have seen progress in facilitating cross-border commerce over the past year and anticipate further achievements in 2015.
The Department of Agriculture recently issued its semiannual regulatory agenda, which lists proposed and final regulations affecting international trade in agricultural goods that could be issued within the next year as well as rulemaking proceedings that have been in process for some time and are not as likely to see further progress in the near term.
The Department of Commerce recently issued its semiannual regulatory agenda, which lists the following regulations affecting international trade that could be issued within the next year.
The departments of Homeland Security and the Treasury recently issued their semiannual regulatory agendas, which list the following regulations affecting international trade that could be issued within the next year as well as rulemaking proceedings that have been in process for some time and are not as likely to see further progress in the near term.
The U.S. has issued a fact sheet providing additional details on the outcomes achieved at the 25th meeting of the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade held Dec. 16-18 in Chicago.
The President’s Export Council recently submitted to the president its mid-term report outlining achievements and recommendations in the areas of global competitiveness, export promotion and advocacy, export administration, manufacturing, services and others.