AAEI’s Request for Deadline Extension Granted Concerning USMCA

August 5, 2021

AAEI’s request for more time to comment on USMCA regulations was granted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Big money is at stake as importers and exporters look at their existing supply chains and to provide meaningful feedback on CBP’s Proposed Rule on Non-Preferential Origin Determinations for Merchandise Imported from Canada or Mexico for …

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Trade Champion

February 4, 2022

AAEI is recognizing your fellow AAEI members— Trade Champions— whose careers in international trade have had significant impact on the development of trade policy and practice. This month, AAEI honors Amy Magnus of A.N. Deringer as an AAEI Trade Champion. Amy is a nationally known Customs expert representing the customs broker community. She is Director …

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Ports & Roads Transforming with Infrastructure Measure

November 15, 2021

President Biden signed into law a $1.2 trillion infrastructure deal that will repair the nation’s ports, airports, roads and bridges for years to come.  AAEI applauds the bipartisan effort that was passed on November 5, 2021, to deliver historic infrastructure improvements to the nation’s transportation networks. AAEI President and CEO Eugene Laney issued the following …

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MEMBER OF THE WEEK

September 2, 2021

As a member of the AAEI’s Healthcare Industries Committee (HIC), Sean Cole of Organon International has been involved in many of AAEI’s advocacy efforts affecting the pharmaceutical industry. Organon, a new AAEI member, is a global healthcare company formed through a spinoff from Merck & Company. It specializes in reproductive medicine, contraception, psychiatry, hormone replacement …

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President Biden Modifies 2022 HTSUS

January 11, 2022

President Biden issued a proclamation in late December to modify the 2022 U.S. Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTSUS). It amends the HTSUS to confirm with the World Customs Organization’s (WCO’s) product classification updates. It also suspends trade benefits to three counties, Ethiopia, Guinea and Mali, under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA).  The proclamation states, …

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