The latest on Russia sanctions from the International Trade and Supply Chain Team
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On August 10, 2020, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued a notice announcing that goods produced in Hong Kong and exported to the U.S. must now be marked as a product of China (e.g., Made in China), which we covered in a previous post here.  The marking changes were originally set to take effect on September 25, 2020, or 45 days after publication of the notice in the Federal Register.  The changes are now scheduled to take effect on November 9, 2020, or 90 days after publication, according to an update from CBP.

Husch Blackwell encourages those who may have questions or concerns on this issue to please contact the International Trade and Supply Chain team.