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Cautions When Marking and Labeling Goods for Export from the United States

USA - April 21 2022 Many importers are familiar with marking and labeling requirements for products imported into, and sold in the U.S. These include mandatory…

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

USA - February 6 2022 Currently there are close to 400 active antidumping cases involving nearly 40 countries. The cases cover a wide range of products including steel…

Federal Trade Commission Puts Teeth into False ‘Made in USA’ Claims Enforcement

USA - December 6 2021 The U.S Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently codified product labelling rules related to unqualified “Made in USA” (MUSA) claims under 16 CFR Part…

A Beginners Guide to Exporting - Resources for Growth

USA - June 8 2021 It is well known going back to the founding of our country that exporting is the most beneficial form of commerce. One…

Department of Commerce Announces General Approved Exclusions (GAEs) for Steel Articles Under the 232 Exclusions Process

USA - February 1 2021 The Grinch came early in 2020 with the introduction by the U.S. Department of Commerce of new steel licensing requirements that instruct importers to…