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Customs and Border Protection

(Daily News)
December 09, 2015

The customs conference report released Wednesday (Dec. 9) includes a compromise on fighting the evasion of trade remedy duties that largely reflects the Senate provisions that establish procedures for Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to follow when investigating such allegations and allow interested persons to challenge CBP's evasion decisions in court.


(Daily News)
December 09, 2015

The bicameral deal on customs legislation released Wednesday (Dec. 9) and slated for a House vote by the end of the week omits language reforming the process for drafting miscellaneous tariff bills (MTB), and drops the currency countervailing duty (CVD) provision from the Senate bill. 


(Daily News)
December 09, 2015

Republicans chairing the conference committee on the customs reauthorization bill have set Wednesday (Dec. 9) as their new target for filing the final conference report, after they missed their goal of filing it Tuesday evening, according to informed sources.


(Daily News)
December 07, 2015

House Ways & Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) said late Monday (Dec. 7) he expects a bicameral conference committee to produce a compromise customs bill this week, and strongly signaled along with Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT) that the final product will not include legislation to reform the process for drafting miscellaneous tariff bills (MTBs).


(Daily News)
December 02, 2015

The House of Representatives will vote Wednesday (Dec. 2) on a motion submitted by Rep. Ann Kuster (D-NH) that would set out nonbinding instructions for House lawmakers participating in a bicameral conference on the customs reauthorization bill to preserve language from the Senate version that would put pressure on the Commerce Department to treat undervalued currency as an export subsidy in countervailing duty (CVD) investigations.


(Daily News)
December 02, 2015

Updated: The House of Representatives on Wednesday (Dec. 2) rejected in a 193-232 vote a motion submitted by Rep. Ann Kuster (D-NH) that would set out nonbinding instructions for House lawmakers participating in a bicameral conference on the customs reauthorization bill to preserve language from the Senate version that would put pressure on the Commerce Department to treat undervalued currency as an export subsidy in countervailing duty (CVD) investigations.


(Daily News)
December 01, 2015

Second Update: The House of Representatives on Tuesday evening (Dec. 1) voted 252-170 to approve a motion to go to conference on the customs reauthorization bill (H.R. 644), in the first public sign of movement on the legislation since June.


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