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How to Choose the Right Mexican Customs Broker?

Are you importing into Mexico and your customs operation requires the services of a Mexican Customs broker? If the answer is yes, then this information is important for you because errors or violations on your operation, even if committed by the broker or its personnel, might hold you as the responsible party before the eyes of the authority.

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Act of 2022

Understanding the America Competes Act of 2022 – What Upcoming Major Changes to International Trade Law Should You Know About?

The House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology recently voted to advance the America Competes Act of 2022 “the Act.” This comes after the Senate passed its version of the bill, the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, in June of 2021. The focus of the Act is to strengthen America’s scientific and technological activities in the 21st Century, in order to be able to compete with China in these critical fields in the future.

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antidumping

I Just Found Out My Imported Goods are Subject to Antidumping – What Should I do?

Currently there are close to 400 active antidumping cases involving nearly 40 countries. The cases cover a wide range of products including steel commodity products and steel articles (number one category), chemical products, other metal commodities and articles, plastics and rubber products, food products, paperboard and manufactured articles. Key countries subject to ADD are China (number one country by far), Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, and Vietnam.

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Prior Disclosure

2022: Prior Disclosure Woes

The year is 2022, and companies are turning over a new leaf, making a concerted effort to become compliant with U.S. Customs laws and practices. Seemingly, there are no downsides to conducting a comprehensive Customs compliance review and submitting a Prior Disclosure under 19 U.S.C. § 1592(c)(4) and 19 C.F.R. § 162.74.

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Harmonized Tariff

Shiny New Machines – Modifications to Chapter 84 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule

There are new tariff classifications for machinery under Chapter 84 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (“HTSUS”). The changes to Chapter 84, as well as many other areas of the HTSUS, took effect on January 27, 2022, pursuant to Presidential Proclamation 10326 (December 23, 2021). Many of the changes to Chapter 84 were made to keep up with technological innovations and commercial use.

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vietnam trade

Vietnam Trade, An Overview 2022

Many factors have contributed to reshaping and redefining Vietnam’s growing dynamic economy, which had once been coined by the United States as an underdeveloped country but is aggressively emerging to a developing country status.

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Countervailing Duty

New Importer, Old Baggage Successor Liability for Antidumping & Countervailing Duties

Imagine your company imports from a vendor in Vietnam and sells them at a competitive margin in the U.S. Business is so-so until the Department of Commerce conducts an Antidumping or Countervailing Duty (“AD/CVD”) review that encompasses your company or its foreign vendor and determines the origin of your goods to be China, which causes you to owe backlogged AD/CVD at rates over 100% ad valorem for the past year.

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trump tariffs

Trump-Era Tariffs – Any Relief On The Horizon?

The costly Trump-Era tariffs and trade policies have largely remained in effect nearly a year into the Biden Administration. Now more than ever, importers are looking for ways to avoid or mitigate duty exposure. Below is the lowdown of present relief from the Trump tariffs and a forecast of further relief to come.

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nuclear export controls

Nuclear Export Controls: A Brief Overview of NRC and DoE Regulations

Two bodies of export regulations typically come to mind when we think of export controls: the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) of the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) of the State Department’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC).

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cfdi

Complemento Carta Porte in Mexico

Generally, Mexican taxpayers are required to issue a CFDI for their acts, duties, income, or tax retentions. The so called CFDI is an acronym for Comprobante Fiscal Digital por Internet , and some refer to it as the electronic invoice.

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space

Space

The oceans of the world are repsonsible for the transport of $34 trillion in trade each year. We love the science behind global trade.

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shipping container

Not Just Another Shipping Container

Not just another shipping container if it’s your product inside. Whether importing or exporting Braumiller Consulting Group BCG provide valuable guidance on international trade compliance.

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Lovely Fixed

Lovely Fixed

Your cargo ship at a U.S. port coming from Asia may contain products with trademark infringement. Braumiller Law Group (BLG) can assist.

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We can assist

Yes, We Can Assist

At Braumiller Law Group (BLG) and Braumiller Consulting Group (BCG) we can assist you with global trade compliance expertise.

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BCG VIP Treatment

Braumiller Consulting Group (BCG) are international trade compliance experts where every client is a very important person (VIP).

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global trade

How to Stay Out of Trouble with Customs

Bob Brewer, VP of Business Development at Braumiller Law Group is interviewed on the art of staying out of trouble with customs and complying with international trade laws. He talks about the U.S. and China relationship, the importance of classification and prior disclosure, country of origin, and other important trade topics.

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global chaos

Global Chaos

Global Trade will survive global chaos. Trading partners will simply change. What perseveres will be International Trade Law.

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