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Origin Marking, Short Supply, Drawback, Import, Export Information Collections Under Review

Monday, April 01, 2019
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The following federal agencies are reviewing and accepting public comments on information collections associated with the following.

Department of Agriculture

- agricultural trade promotion program (comments due by April 29)

Department of Commerce

- interim procedures for considering requests under the commercial availability provisions of the trade promotion agreements with Peru and Panama (comments due by May 28)

Department of the Treasury

- records supporting drawback claims on eligible articles brought into the U.S. from Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands (comments due by April 26)

- form TTB F 5220.4, report – export warehouse proprietor (comments due by May 28)

- alternate methods or procedures and emergency variations from requirements for exports of liquors (comments due by May 28)

- form TTB F 5154.2, supporting data for non-beverage drawback claims (comments due by May 28)

- applications, notices, and records relative to importation and exportation of distilled spirits, wines, and beer, including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands (comments due by May 28)

- record of operations – importer of tobacco products or processed tobacco (comments due by May 28)

- electronic license application form (comments due by May 28)

U.S. Customs and Border Protection

- country of origin marking requirements for containers or holders (comments due by May 28)

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