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Import Detentions and Seizures: What You Need to Know to Avoid Heartbreaking and Expensive Problems

When US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) concludes that an examination of imported goods for trade compliance is in order, the

November 23, 2018

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Lacey Act Phase 6 In Force October 2021

If you import, export, transport, sell, receive or acquire goods made up of plant or wood products grown or manufactured outside of the US, then you are likely following the implementation of the Lacey Act. Currently, the Lacey Act implementation is in Phase 5, but will enter Phase 6 on October 1st, of this year. Keep reading to understand what this means to your business and the additional steps you will need to take.

November 23, 2018

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Understanding Trade Deficits and Surpluses

Canada and other countries are constantly negotiating and renegotiating trade deals to gain economic advantage in the global economy. A basic understanding of some of the terminology surrounding trade can benefit our understanding of some of the trade deals in the news today.

November 23, 2018

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Increased Enforcement On “Made In USA” Claims

We have all seen the “Made in USA” stamp or label affixed to goods purchased around the world. Although the label is intended to be used to identify goods as meeting the Rule of Origin, it has also morphed into a mark of quality goods resulting in its use for sales purposes. We feel good about purchasing these goods because they are helping our economy and employing our residents. However, in recent months the Federal Trade Commission has ascertained that there is “rampant fraud” in the use of these labels and state that “violators essentially faced no consequences.” This has sparked impending rules on such claims with steep penalties for those who use them fraudulently.

November 23, 2018

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John Doe

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