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Taiwanese National Violates U.S. Sanctions – Exporting to Iran

Taiwanese National Violates U.S. Sanctions – Exporting to Iran In San Antonio, Kunlin Hsieh a sales manager for Junbon Enterprises in Taiwan, pleaded guilty to conspiring to ship U.S. communications technology to the Republic of Iran. Hsieh pleaded guilty to one count of Conspiracy to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act and the Iranian Transaction and […]

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How to apply for an EIN

How to apply for an EIN From Global Reach: There is one thing that is essential to your exporting success – proper identification.  If you are a U.S. Principal Party in Interest or a U.S. authorized agent, the Automated Export System (AES) requires you to identify you or your company with an Employer Identification Number […]

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Order Denying Export Privileges for Violating IEEPA

Order Denying Export Privileges for Violating IEEPA A Californian man, Armin Shir Mohammadi was convicted of violating the IEEPA [International Emergency Economic Powers Act]. Mohammadi knowingly and willingly conspired to export and cause the exportation, sale, and supply of satellite communication equipment, navigation equipment, and other related goods with the knowledge that such goods were intended for […]

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The Latest with ACE …From ACE: Information Notice for the Trade Community – ACE Deployment E U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is working to complete the development of core trade processing capabilities in the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) and decommission corresponding capabilities in legacy systems by the end of 2016. This notice documents the […]

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For US Importers – GSP Reinstated by Congress???

For US Importers – GSP Reinstated by Congress??? Legislation was introduced that would reinstate the GSP (Generalized System of Preferences) program through December 31, 2017 and allow for duty refunds to eligible products imported while the program was suspended. The GSP program reduces tariffs on imports from nearly 130 countries and expired on July 31, 2013. […]

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