Dates and Deadlines: FTZ Reports, Economic Sanctions, Argentina, Trade Barriers, Incoterms

Following are highlights of regulatory effective dates and deadlines and federal agency meetings coming up in the next week.

Oct. 27 – deadline for comments to USDA on proposals to allow imports of fresh citrus from China and South Africa

Oct. 27 – deadline for comments to USDA on information collection concerning imports of gypsy moth host material from Canada

Oct. 27 – deadline for comments on annual FTZ reports

Oct. 27 – deadline for comments to ITC on potential IPR probe of personal transporters

Oct. 28 – ST&R webinar: Complying with U.S. Embargoes and Economic Sanctions Programs

Oct. 28 – meeting of State Department’s Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy to review U.S-Africa trade and investment relationship

Oct. 28 – deadline for comments to USDA on imports of fresh beef from northern Argentina

Oct. 28 – deadline for comments on potential IPR probe of footwear products

Oct. 29 – STTAS webinar: Oil and Gas Industry Import Scenarios in Argentina

Oct. 29 – deadline for comments on BIS import, end-user and delivery verification certificates

Oct. 29 – deadline for comments to USTR for annual report on foreign trade barriers

Oct. 30 – ST&R webinar: Using Incoterms 2010® Properly to Avoid Disputes

Oct. 30 – deadline for comments to BIS on proposal to eliminate special comprehensive license

Oct. 30 – FMC forum in Charleston, S.C. , on challenges facing South Atlantic ports

Oct. 30 – deadline for comments to ITC on remedy, the public interest and bonding in IPR probe of archery products

Oct. 31 – deadline for comments to USTR on India’s engagement on IPR concerns

Oct. 31 – deadline for comments to ITC on remedy, the public interest and bonding in IPR probe of breathing treatment systems

 

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