Importers still concerned about UFLPA enforcement

“‘My concern is, is Customs inappropriately expanding what Section 307 actually covers?’ [ST&R’s Elise] Shibles told Sourcing Journal. ‘There is [also] a concern that…the importer is presenting evidence without knowing what the opposing evidence that they’re trying to rebut is.’”

[Sourcing Journal]

China reprocessing, selling Russian-origin seafood to U.S. despite import ban

“‘E.U. import authorities have been requiring raw material certificates of origin for many years, [but] U.S. Customs and Border Protection have never implemented it and remain on the blind side of the actual origin of many species being imported into the U.S,’ he said.”

[Seafood Source]

EU signs New Zealand trade deal to boost exports, investments

“The agreement will also be the first to commit to the Paris Climate Agreement and include chapters on sustainable food, gender equality and fossil fuel subsidies reform.”


Ukraine submits request to join CPTPP trade pact

“If Ukraine’s bid is successful, it will be the second time for a European country to join CPTPP after Britain, which inked an agreement in March and is set to join officially on July 16.”

[The Japan News]

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