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November 20, 2003 

Customs and Border Protection Submits Trade Act Regulations to Congress

The U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection today transmitted the Final Trade Act Regulations to Congress. Congress has 15 days to review the regulations. It is expected that the regulations will be published in the Federal Register by December 5, 2003. The regulations will provide for various effective dates depending upon the mode of transportation.



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