Imports Produced Through Forced Labor Can Be Stopped: CBP’s Trade Facilitation & Trade Enforcement Act 2015 Signed Into Law

Quite lame to have an 85 years old law that never provided better benefits to humanity, instead of non-regulated products.

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By: Juntee Terrenal, GMS, Strategic International Business Leader, Adviser & Coach

“As CBP continues to safeguard legitimate trade and travel at our borders, I am proud to say that the 60,000 men and women of U.S. Customs and Border Protection remain committed to enforcing our trade laws and protecting the nation’s economic security.” said in the Statement issued by Commissioner R. Gil Kerlikowske

President Obama signed H.R. 644, the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015– also known as the Customs Authorization Bill, as of last week.

Please find the General Objectives of this 2015 Act on the image below;

Perspectives:

The business objectives of this 2015 Act is great, hopefully we will be seeing greater impact of stopping or banning goods that are produced through forced and child labors from countries that are exploiting their citizens. In this way, the Citizens of the United States will not be…

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