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Technical Amendments to CBP Regulations on AD/CV Proceedings, NAFTA Claims

Friday, July 28, 2017
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As part of a periodic review to ensure that its regulation are accurate and up-to-date, U.S. Customs and Border Protection has issued a final rule that, effective July 28, makes the following changes.

- amends 19 CFR 159.58 concerning the suspension of liquidation when there are antidumping and countervailing duty determinations to replace references to 19 CFR parts 353 and 355, which were deleted in May 1997, with a reference to part 351

- revises 19 CFR 181.33(d)(1), which lists instances in which a port director may deny a post-importation duty refund claim for preferential tariff treatment for imported goods under NAFTA, to refer to 181.32(b)(2) (rather than (b)(3)) in the context of the validity of a certificate of origin

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