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  • Interim Import Statistics Highlight Goods that May Become Ineligible for GSP
  • Classification Rulings on Toys, A/C Units, Foods, Coffee Cups, Bolts, Pet Feeders, Drugs, Etc.
  • CBP Issues Christmas Tree Tips for Travelers
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection Reminds Public Ponche Ingredients are Prohibited from Entry
  • 2012 Federal Holidays
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  • Fact Sheet: New Sanctions on Iran
  • U.S. Loses WTO Challenge to Origin Labeling Rules for Agricultural Products
  • Toys Safer This Holiday Season Due to Stronger Safety Rules
  • Recalls and lead violations are down; 180,000 child injuries per year is too high
  • DOT Fines Spirit Airlines for Violating Price Advertising Rules
  • CBP Officers at Hidalgo International Bridge Seize 12 Pounds Methamphetamine-Two Females Arrested
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  • Outlines of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement
  • FTC to Hold Public Hearing on Fur Products Name Guide
  • Manifested Rug was a “Croc”
  • Houston CBP Officers Seize Crocodile Skin Stitched Rug
  • CBP’s Second Annual International Trade Day on Held on Capitol Hill
  • New National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center Dedicated on Long Island
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  • CBP Announces Preliminary Assessment of FY11 Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act Distributions
  • CPSC Launches Online Reporting Tool for Businesses
  •  SaferProducts.gov Business Portal Changes Are Part of CPSC's Information Technology Modernization Effort
  • Threatening Beetles Caught at LAX, LA/LB Seaport
  • Two Companies Fined for Violating Iran Sanctions
  • CBP to Pilot Simplified Entry in Air Mode of Transportation
  • CBP Provides Helpful Traveling Tips for the Holiday Season
  • FDA Acts to Protect Children from Illegal Tobacco Sales
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  • USTR Dismisses GSP Product Reviews, Accepts Country Petition, Launches 2011 Review
  • Help Us Spread the Word – On November 9, “This is Just a Test”
  • CBP Revises Requirements for Post-Importation Preference Claims with Classification Change
  • FTC Seeks Public Input in Review of Textile Labeling Rules
  • Sampling Method and ‘Offsetting’ Added to CBP Regulations
  • CBP Seizes Diseased Palm Leaves
  • Caribbean Airlines Fined for Improperly Limiting Re-imbursements for Delayed Baggage
  • Agents Net More than $6.6 Million Worth of Drugs over Weekend
  • Secretary Napolitano Announces "If You See Something, Say Something™" Campaign Partnership with the American Hotel and Lodging Association and LodgeNet
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