TaxNewsFlash-Trade & Customs — KPMG's reports of tax developments concerning trade and customs
16 Aug - NAFTA re-negotiations begin
31 Mar - New CBP commissioner named
26 Jan - Serbia: Changes to the customs law
18 Oct - EU: Customs business process models
27 Jul - Changes to U.S. Munitions List
25 Jul - China: Trade and customs resource
16 May - Peru: Customs valuation for imports
21 Apr - Treasury’s FAQs on trade with Cuba
26 Feb - ACE as sole CBP-authorized system
11 Feb - Congress passes trade legislation
19 Jan - EU: Iran sanctions relief
12 Nov - CBP: Final rule on continuous bonds
6 Nov - ASEAN Economic Community update
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