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US Customs Actions Target Undervaluation Among Apparel Importers

U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) is keeping its eye on industry activities that run afoul of the law, and the apparel industry is being called out for its indiscretions in a new report.

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TradeFeature

What Trade in the Trump Era Means for Sourcing

For President Trump, who has taken to a sweeping revamp of U.S. trade policies, upending more than he’s upgraded so far, trade is a zero-sum game with winners and losers.

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TradeMarket Data

Global Trade Growth Seen Sustaining Momentum in Early 2018

The World Trade Organization’s latest World Trade Outlook Indicator (WTOI) released Monday suggests that the trade recovery of 2017 should continue, with solid volume growth in the first quarter.

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TradeOp/Ed

Stopped at the Border: Why Product Testing Matters

Goods of all kinds sometimes never get past checkpoints, causing massive delays and ripples across supply chains and hitting the bottom lines of businesses along the way

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Currency Fluctuations Cause Consternation for Importers

Dramatic fluctuations between the dollar and the currencies of key apparel and textile sourcing countries, including China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Turkey, has put U.S. importers in a difficult situation.

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US Customs Seized More Than $15 Million Worth of Fake Sports Merchandise

In the lead up to Sunday’s Super Bowl, enforcement actions led by Homeland Security and U.S. Customs resulted in the seizure of 171,926 counterfeit sports- and entertainment-related items worth an estimated $15.69 million.

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NAFTA Looks Less Likely to Die After Sixth Round of Talks

The sixth round of the North American Free Trade Agreements ended in much the same manner as the fifth: with a little headway and a lot of leftover uncertainty. What does appear to be different, however, is the doomsday outlook from the last round that left NAFTA’s fate seemingly hanging by a thin thread.

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Trump Alludes to US Rejoining TPP

It’s taken a year, but President Trump seems to have softened his stance on the United States’ participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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