March 2021 International Trade Compliance Update.

Legal News & Analysis - Asia Pacific - Regulatory & Compliance - International Trade

5 April 2021


Welcome to the March 2021 edition of Baker McKenzie's International Trade Compliance Update.

Here are the highlights: 

  • WTO: New Director General, Covid-19 notifications, Myanmar trade policy review, DSB activities, TBT notifications

  • WCO: Announcements and news releases

  • UK, US, Canada announce measures over Xinjiang human rights concerns

  • CITES: Notifications to parties

  • FAS GAIN Reports

  • Canada: Myanmar sanctions, new terrorist listings, regulations and orders, AD/CVD cases, D-Memos, Customs notices, CBSA advance rulings

  • Mexico: Diario Oficial legislative instruments, AD/CVD cases

  • USA: Presidential documents, Burma sanctions, malicious cyber threats, USITC reports, 2021 TRQs for UK, sec. 301 large civil aircraft, UAE aluminum imports, CBP guidance on aluminum, US-Egypt cultural property agreement, Albanian cultural property request, US/Mexico/Canada travel restrictions, COAC meeting, "Lever" rule, EAPA notices, CBP rulings, CSMS messengers, general licenses, EAR end-user controls, BIS implements rescission of Sudan State Sponsor Terrorism designation, restrictive actions, Energy labeling rule, other agency notices, regulations, etc., AD/CVD cases

  • Argentina: Boletin Oficial documents, AD/CVD cases

  • Brazil: Diario Oficial documents, GECEX portarias, AD/CVD cases

  • Chile: Diario Oficial documents

  • Colombia: MinCIT documents

  • Peru: El Peruano documents

  • Australia: Customs notices, Gazettes, AD/CD cases

  • China (including Hong Kong SAR): Customs and MOFCOM documents, China-New Zealand FTA protocol

  • India: CBIC and DGFT notifications, circulars, instructions, AD/CVD cases

  • New Zealand: Gazette notices

  • Singapore: Circular

  • EU-EFTA: Official Journal regulations, decisions, tariff classification regulations, CN explanatory notes

    • Iceland: Regulations, laws, restrictive actions (sanctions), etc.

    • Liechtenstein: Ordinances

    • Norway: Regulations,

    • Switzerland: Ordinances, restrictive actions (sanctions)

  • United Kingdom: statutory instruments, Myanmar sanctions, HMRC updates, trade remedies cases

  • Turkey: Legislation, communiques, import surveillance

  • Ukraine: Sanctions update, trade resolutions and decisions

  • Eurasian Economic Union: Council and Board decisions, links to classification decisions

  • South Africa: Rules and tariff amendments

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