he U.S. Congress has entered into conference on the USICA/COMPETES China competition bill, which will include a negotiation regarding a House-proposed amendment to the customs administrative exemption – AKA Section 321. While some raise concerns that Section 321 has become a conduit for contraband, counterfeit and tariff-evading goods, others caution that changing Section 321 could have unintended consequences for U.S. small business who rely on low-value, e-commerce-based imports to satisfy U.S. consumer demand.

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Edward Steiner
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