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Welcome to the December 2020 edition of Baker McKenzie’s International Trade Compliance Update.

Here are the highlights:

    • WTO: Trade Policy Review-Thailand, disputes, Covid-19 notifications, TBT notifications
    • WCO: Announcements and releases
    • Multilateral Trade Agreements: RCEP signed by 15 nations
    • CITES: Notifications
    • FAS Gain Reports
    • Canada: Canada-UK transitional trade agreement, AD/CVD investigations, Canada Gazette, CBSA advance rulings, D-Memos and Customs Notices
    • Mexico: Diario Oficial, AD/CVD investigations
    • US: Presidential documents, Chinese securities, GSP review and modifications, recommended HTSUS modifications, Sec. 201, 232 and 301 updates and guidance, land and ferry restrictions on travel to/from Canada and Mexico, COAC meeting, foreign trade zone notices, CSMS messages, OFAC general license for Venezuela, restrictions on remittances to Cuba, OFAC Iran actions, BIS seeks comments on software for nucleic acid assemblers and synthesizers, amendments to EAR due to ECRA, amendment to National Security license review policy, USPTO consumer awareness campaign on counterfeit and pirated products, AD/CVD investigations, revocation and modification of CBP rulings
    • Argentina: Official Bulletin, AD/CVD investigations
    • Brazil: GECEX resolutions, AD/CVD investigations
    • Chile: Various Official Journal resolutions
    • Colombia: MinCIT, DIAN documents
    • Peru: SUNAT and El Peruano publications
    • Australia: Customs notices, AD/CVD investigations
    • China: MOFCOM and GAC notices and AD/CVD investigations
    • India: CBIC and DGFT notifications, circulars and instructions, AD/cvd cases
    • Indonesia: Trade legislation
    • EU: Food labelling in UK will follow EU rules for now, EU announces countermeasures against US, tariff classification regulations and CN explanatory notes changes, OJ regulations and decisions, AD/CVD investigations
    • EFTA countries: Trade related regulations and restrictive measures
    • UK: Introduction of new national security and foreign investment regime, UK to be added to EU dual-use “safe list,” trade related legislation, statutory instruments and restrictive measures, HMRC updates and notices, notices to exporters
    • Turkey: Trade related legislation
    • Ukraine: Trade related legislation
    • EAEU: Trade related orders
    • South Africa: Rules and tariff amendments

Plus, newsletters, webinars, etc.