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Tag Archives: GSP

Where Do Your Goods Originate?

Posted in Aerospace & Defence, Agriculture, Antidumping, Border Security, Buy America, Corporate Counsel, Cross-border deals, Cross-border trade, Customs Law, Exports, FCPA/Anti-Corruption, Government Procurement, Imports Restrictions, Legal Developments, origin, Trade Agreeements, Trade Remedies

Originally published by the Journal of Commerce in April 2018 The brewing trade war between the U.S. and China serves as a reminder to international traders that knowing where your goods are made and being able to prove it are two very different issues.  At a time when it remains common place for U.S. Customs… Continue Reading

GSP Refunds Clarified

Posted in Corporate Counsel, Cross-border deals, Customs Law

While the oft-rumored Federal Register notice has yet to be seen, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) did publish information about obtaining refunds under the now reinstated Generalized System of Preferences (GSP). Information about the legislation which authorized the renewal was published in our Alert dated July 14, 2015. See MS&K Alert re GSP Renewal for… Continue Reading

Trade Preference Programs Get New Life

Posted in Cross-border deals, Cross-border trade, Customs Law, Trade Agreeements

Originally published by the Journal of Comerce in July 2015 In the last few months, there has been extensive press coverage about the President’s trade agenda and the ultimate Congressional grant of Trade Promotion Authority. As noted in that coverage, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) (the Trans-Pacific trade deal being negotiated with Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada,… Continue Reading

U.S. Government Demands on Bangladesh Factories

Posted in Cross-border trade, Customs Law, Politics

Here is a link to the July 19th statement by the U.S. Dept. of Labor, USTR and State Dept. about conditions expected of factories in Bangladesh – Full implementation is necessary for Generalized System of Preferences benefits to be reinstated by the U.S. The major topics contained in the release are: Government Inspections for… Continue Reading