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The world of international trade brims with market opportunity, which also comes with significant risk regarding cross-border compliance. Our seasoned trade experts are very proficient in guiding companies through the maze of international trade compliance regulations. Recognized as industry leaders, Braumiller Consulting Group’s team of trade compliance consultants, draws from their extensive knowledge to create innovative, world-class solutions for our clients. Whether you are deciphering the ever-changing global regulations, wanting to ensure that the initial product classifications are correct, dealing with the daily challenges of diligent supply chain management, strategizing continuous improvements for product flow, or mapping out market expansion, we are here to help.

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CBP Releases Guidance related to Complying with the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) released its first set of guidance relating to the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (“UFLPA”), which is set to take effect on June 21, 2022. CBP’s guidance takes the form of a website that is a homepage for UFLPA-related guidance, FAQs, webinars, graphics, and CBP contact information. This essential UFLPA homepage can be accessed at: www.cbp.gov/trade/forced-labor/UFLPA.

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Incursion and World Trade, Part 3: Over 120+ Days into the Global Effect of Inevitable Food Insecurity

Here we are, at the time of this writing over four months into the Russian invasion of Ukraine, with no end in sight. I will personally submit that I am, appalled that this, the murder of innocent civilians and devastation of another country’s infrastructure, can be permitted to continue, as we watch from the sidelines as if it was just another simple documentary on another war.

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Understanding the Statutory Four-Year Review Period of the Tariffs

Many importers are eagerly awaiting the United States Trade Representative’s (“USTR”) required four-year review of the Section 301 Chinese tariffs. Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974 grants the Office of the USTR a range of responsibilities and authorities to investigate and take action to enforce U.S. rights under trade agreements and respond to certain foreign trade practices.

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