November 2019 International Trade Compliance Update.
Legal News & Analysis - Asia Pacific - International Trade
28 November, 2019
Welcome to the November 2019 edition of Baker McKenzie's International Trade Compliance Update.
This issue's highlights:
- WTO: Trade policy review of Peru, China's procurement offer, rules of origin facilitator, US ok'd for $7.5 Bn countermeasures, DSB updates, TBT notifications
- WCO: news releases
- CITES: notifications
- GAIN reports
- US: Proclamations and Executive Orders, GSP changes, Turkish sanctions, US/China interim arrangement, trade preferences for Cameroon terminated, Sec. 301 Chinese product exclusion updates, NAFTA Chap. 19 recruiting, Sec. 301 Action on EU products, USITC Miscellaneous Tariff Bills process on reductions and suspensions opens, HTS updates, USITC investigations, Turkey and Yemen request cultural property protection, CBP extends comment period on proposal for disclosures on abandoned merchandise, quarterly interest rates, CBP/Commerce announce new AD/CVD module, significant Sec. 301 origin ruling, Lever rule filings and decisions, EAPA notices, new WPM liquidated damages and penalty guidelines, CBP guidance on Section 301 (China and EU) filings and claiming exclusions, CBP revocations and modifications of rulings, CSMS messages, FTZ; Cuban, Venezuelan Chinese sanctions update, Gupta family sanctions; FTC, CPSC, FDA, USDA and other agency trade documents, AD/CVD
- Australia: AD/CVD cases
- China: MOFCOM and GAC notices and AD/CVD announcements
- Hong Kong SAR: TID notices
- India: AD/CVD notices, Non- tariff notifications, CBIC and DGFT circulars, instructions and notices
- New Zealand: Continuation of certain import and export restrictions, consultation on catch-all export controls
- Singapore: Customs notice
- Vietnam: MOF to develop legal framework for cross-border e-commerce in customs operations
Plus information on trade compliance enforcement actions, client alerts and articles, webinars and seminars, and recordings of past events.
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