The Foreign-Trade Zones Board has recently announced the following actions.

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- declined to authorize production under zone procedures (regarding machine-made woven and tufted rugs of polypropylene) at the Mohawk Carpet Distribution LLC facilities within FTZ 26 in Calhoun and Sugar Valley, Ga., on the grounds that further review is warranted

- approved the expansion of subzone 44P at the Givaudan Fragrances Corporation facility in Mount Olive, N.J.

- authorized production under zone procedures (regarding automated data processing machines) at the Flextronics America LLC facility within FTZ 183 in Austin, Texas

- received an application for subzone status at the AESC Florence LLC facility within FTZ 21 in Florence, S.C.

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