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  • USTR Announces Outcome of Generalized System of Preferences Review
  • Retroactive Merchandise Processing Fee (MPF) Billing
  • Interest Rates
  • United States Seeks to Eliminate China’s Unfair Export Restraints on Rare Earths
  • Volvo to Pay $1.5 Million in Civil Penalties for Delayed Reporting of Recalls in 2010, 2012
  • Obama Administration Challenges China’s Unfair Imposition of Duties on American-Made Automobiles
  • CBP Officers Find Almost 10,000 Pounds of Marijuana in Cargo Shipments
  • ACE e-Manifest: Rail and Sea (M1) - Now is the Time to Get On Board!
  • Bipartisan Legislation to Address Africa Preferences, CAFTA-DR Technical Textile Changes, and Burma Sanctions
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection Import Specialists and Officers Seize Counterfeit Jeans Valued at $193,800
  • Multiple Desert Deaths Discovered by U.S. Border Patrol Agents Over the Weekend
  • HSI Dismantles Counterfeit Cell Phone Operation, 3 Arrested More than 32,000 Cellular Phones Seized with an MSRP of Over $2 Million
  • Funeral Home in Brooklyn, NY, Agrees to Pay $32,000 Penalty to Settle FTC Charges It Refused to Serve Consumers Who Wanted To Buy a Casket Elsewhere
  • Retroactive Merchandise Processing Fee (MPF) Increase
  • $619 Million Fine Sends Strong Message that Sanctions Violators Will Be Held Accountable, Ros-Lehtinen Says
  • Agriculture Specialists In Puerto Rico Report Another "First" Insect Discovery
  • Use of Single Transaction Bonds as Additional Security for Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Concerns
  • Customs and Border Protection Officers working at Port of Miami Seize Counterfeit Merchandise
  • National Pollinator Week Encourages Everyone to “Bee” Good to Pollinators
Recent trade legislation changed the Merchandise Processing Fee Rate for Formal Entries (Class Code 499) from 0.21% (.0021) TO 0.3464% (.003464).

Please see below message with respect to the change with the merchandise processing fee that went into effect on October 1, 2011.
  • Secretary Napolitano and Korean Minister of Justice Jae-Jin Kwon Announce Global Entry Agreement
  • New Requirements For All Importers of Solar Panels
  • Claims for 2012 Anti-dumping and Counter-vailing Duties Must Be Filed by July 31
  • CBP Announces Simplified Entry Pilot to Enhance Cargo Security
  • Recovery Act-Funded Land Port of Entry Opens at Scobey
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection Seizes $7.3 Million Worth of Cocaine at the Port of Miami
  • Airline On-Time Performance Improves in April; Mishandled Baggage at All-Time Low
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