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International Trade: Observations on U.S. Government Efforts to Address Textile Transshipments: Congressional Testimony
Loren Yager (au)
It is important that the U.S. does everything it can to ensure that U.S. laws regarding the entry of illegal goods are fully enforced at the U.S. borders. Effective monitoring of textile and apparel imports are also important because duties on textile and apparel products account for a significant share of U.S. duty collections. However, this enforcement takes place in the challenging and busy environment of U.S. ports of entry -- in FY 2008, there were nearly 29 million trade entries processed at more than 300 ports of entry throughout the U.S. This testimony summarizes key findings on: (1) U.S. govít. efforts to enforce laws related to imports of textiles and other goods, including transshipment; and (2) the revenue implications of these efforts. Charts and tables.
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