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Baby Formula Shortage Underscores Supply Chain Struggles; US Plans to Ease Import Restrictions

May 19, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications

A sudden nationwide shortage of baby formula has served as a stark reminder that supply chain woes continue to be felt midway through 2022. Across the United States, 40% of formula is currently out of stock, while individual states are seeing even more acute supply gaps, which have increased by 2,000% since January....

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CBP Specialists Intercept Rare Pest

May 17, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is one of the world’s largest law enforcement organizations. This is understandable when you consider CBP’s wide ranging mission that includes things like counter terrorism, combatting transnational crime, securing our borders, facilitating lawful trade, and of course, collecting duty and...

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Does Artificial Intelligence have a place in HTS Classification?

May 16, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications

International Trade is complex and often quite meticulous. The industry continues to grow more and more complex as technology advances and relationships among countries evolve. Continuous advances in technology force industry leaders to consider things they have never considered before. In 1990, world trade leaders probably were not debating where we...

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German / America Trade Compliance (German)

May 12, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications

Deutschland und die Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika sind nicht nur internationale Supermächte im Sinne von Kriegsführung und globalem Einfluss, sie sind auch Weltmarktführer im internationalen Handel und Export. 1955, während der Nachkriegsbesetzung Deutschlands, nahmen die Vereinigten Staaten „diplomatische Beziehungen zu Westdeutschland auf,...

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German / American Trade Compliance

May 12, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications

Germany and the United States of America are not simply international superpowers in the sense of warfare and global influence, they are also world leaders in international trade and exports. In 1955, during the post-war occupation of Germany, the United States, “established diplomatic relations with West Germany, which included the...

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U.K. Trade Minister Aims to Strike “Mini” Deals with U.S. Individual States

May 03, 2022.
Trade Publications

Penny Mordaunt, U.K. Minister of Trade, toured several U.S. states to begin a discussion about trading with states individually. Mordaunt said as a country, the United States “has more to do to be ready for an FTA.” She now spends time negotiating with officials in California,...

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The Use of Technologies in Customs Procedures

May 03, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications

For years, international organizations have been involved in promoting new strategies to enhance international trade under the globalization framework. Perhaps no aspect of trade has played a bigger part in the globalization and facilitation of trade than technology. A significant increase in e-commerce has created a need for better and...

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Potential for Change in Section 301 Tariffs

April 28, 2022.
Trade Publications

The Biden Administration is evaluating the potential to lower tariffs on non-strategic goods imported from China, as a measure to help combat inflation and advance strategic political and economic priorities. On April 21st, 2022, Reuters reported Deputy National Security Adviser Daleep Singh’s comments on the potential of restructuring Section 301...

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Buy America Act (BAA)

March 28, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications

What is the Buy America Act? It is an act that was introduced in 1933 during the Great Depression and was intended to promote and increase U.S. jobs and industry. The BAA applies to supply and construction contracts between $10,000 and the dollar threshold for Trade Agreements Act (TAA). Supply and...

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Vessel Manifest Confidentiality

March 25, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications

Did you know that anyone can see where a company is shipping to and shipping from? All they need is access to PIERS (Port Import/Export Reporting Service) data and your company could have a potential IPR (intellectual property rights) issue on your hands. Don’t fret!  Customs...

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More Sanctions from the US and Allies

March 25, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications

On March 15, 2022, several countries banded together to insist that the World Trade Organization (WTO) revoke Russia’s “most favored nation” status, echoing a previous call from G7 nations. Demands were also made to prevent Belarus, a prominent Russian ally in the Ukrainian invasion, from being granted membership...

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Sanctions from the EU and UK

March 25, 2022.
Logistics Publications, Trade Publications

On March 15, 2022, the UK government decided to add an additional 350 new listings to the Russian sanctions that were initiated in February, including nine new listings related to cyber sanctions. Several Russian oligarchs will be directly affected by these new sanctions. The EU also put sanctions into place in response to...

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