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Foreign Regulatory Changes: Footwear, Lamps, Safety Equipment, Mattresses, Balls

Monday, April 28, 2014
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the World Trade Organization has been notified of regulatory changes that may affect exports of specific products to the following countries. For information on how these restrictions may affect your business, contact ST&R.

Chile – incandescent lighting chains, LED lighting chains, meat of bovine animals

Ecuador – incandescent lamps, tooth brushes, balls and inflatable items for recreation or sport, safety belts and personal protective equipment for fall prevention, life-jackets and life-belts, welded steel tanks and cylinders for liquefied petroleum gas and accessories thereof, steel, matches, coated corrugated steel culverts and structural plates, steel panels, ceramic tiles, bicycles, friction material and rivets for motor vehicle brake shoes and clutch discs, street lighting, spices and condiments, mobile phone casings, pounded rice, mattresses, wheelbarrows, hearing protectors, protective goggles and special masks for worker safety

Israel – pre-packaged pulses, cereals and flour, food powders, coffee and coffee substitutes, crystalline food products, processed cereals and pulses and snacks made from potatoes, cereals and pulses, salads, spreads and fish products stored under refrigeration, baked food products, and canned fruits and vegetables; footwear; ballasts for lamps; ceramic watercloset pans; electric cords; AC motor capacitors; low-voltage fuses; incandescent lamps

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