CBP Extends Transition Period for Marking Goods Produced in Hong Kong

Earlier this month, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) released a Federal Register notice advising importers that products made in Hong Kong will need to be marked as made in China beginning September 25, 2020.

However, CBP has just released another notice revealing their decision to extend the transition period for compliance through November 9, 2020.

According to CBP, the additional 45 days will “allow importers ample time to comply with EO requirements for goods produced in Hong Kong to be appropriately marked with the origin of “China.”

Click HERE to view the full notice.

Shapiro is actively monitoring the situation and will provide status updates as they become available.

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