E-Editions

Volume 23 No. 14 -- April 7, 2003

4/7/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Comments Ask OFAC to Broaden Proposed Use of Warning Letters * Commerce Ready to Consider Surge of Textiles from China * Future Course of Doha Round …

Volume 23 No. 13 -- March 31, 2003

3/31/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Customs 24-Hour Rule Delaying NVOCC Shipments * Interim WTO Panel Ruling Rejects U.S. Safeguard Action on Steel * WTO Members Will Try to Revamp Doha …

Volume 23 No. 12 -- March 24, 2003

3/24/2003
IN THIS ISSUE: * Most Voluntary Self Disclosures Avoid BIS Sanctions * Customs May Significantly Cut Advance Notice Proposals * Separate Export Controls Bills Will …

Volume 23 No. 11 -- March 17, 2003

3/17/2003
WASHINGTON TARIFF & TRADE LETTER Editor & Co-Publisher:  Samuel M. Gilston * Co-Publisher Martin Kalin P.O. Box 5325, Rockville, MD 20848-5325 * 301-570-4544 …

Volume 23 No. 11 -- March 17, 2003

3/17/2003
In This Issue: * Violation of Export Denial Order Brings Firm $65,000 Fine * Appeal Seeks Release of Export Licensing Application * Offset Trade Is Continuing Downward …

Volume 23 No. 10 -- March 10, 2003

3/10/2003
In This Issue: * Census Considering License Requirement For AES Filers * Boeing, Hughes Settle Charges Related to Defense Services * BIS to Issue Rules Clarifying …

Volume 23 No. 9 -- March 3, 2003

3/3/2003
WASHINGTON TARIFF & TRADE LETTER Editor & Co-Publisher:  Samuel M. Gilston * Co-Publisher Martin Kalin P.O. Box 5325, Rockville, MD 20848-5325 * 301-570-4544 …

Volume 23 No. 9 -- March 3, 2003

3/3/2003
In This Issue: * Comments Warn Customs About Damage From Advance Notice Rules * U.S. Wants Vietnam to Cut Tariffs As Part of Textile Deal * OECD Steel Talks Show Signs …

Volume 23 No. 8 -- February 24, 2003

2/24/2003
In This Issue: * Big Firms Still Dominate Exporting, Census Reports * Customs Gives Out $329 Million in Byrd Amendment Money * Zoellick Hits Japan on Doha Round …

Volume 23 No. 7 -- February 17, 2003

2/17/2003
In This Issue: * State to Require Advance Notice for Munitions List Exports * Interagency Debate Brews Over Future of Option 4 * Labor Rights Loom As Stumbling Block to …

Volume 23 No. 6 -- February 10, 2003

2/10/2003
In This Issue: *  BIS Budget Adds Enforcement Staff, New Technology Office *  Industry Will Turn to Congress for Help on Advance Notices *  Commerce …

Volume 23 No. 5 -- February 3, 2003

2/3/2003
In this Issue: * Court Rules to Protect License Applications from Disclosure * Food Importers Will Face Duplicate Prior Notice Requirements * BIS Report Shows Boom in …

Volume 23 No. 4 -- January 27, 2003

1/27/2003
In This Issue: * Industry Complains About Changed Attitude at Customs * Customs Proposes Advance Notice for Rail Shipments * U.S. Finally Appoints Last Member of NAFTA …

Volume 23 No. 3 -- January 20, 2003

1/20/2003
In This Issue: * New Rules For Microprocessors Clarify Military End Uses * Customs Floats Plan for Advance Filing for Air, Truck Cargoes * Food Importers Concerned About …

Volume 23 No. 2 -- January 13, 2003

1/13/2003
In This Issue: * EU Offers Own Approach to Making Patented Drugs Available * Silicon Graphics Agrees to Give License Exception Rights * Central America Rushes to Get …

Volume 23 No. 1 -- January 6, 2003

1/6/2003
In This Issue: * U.S.-Mexico Seeking Safeguard Deal to Limit U.S. Poultry Exports * Hughes, Boeing Take Hard Stand Against State's Charges * Exporters Want Assurances on …

Volume 22, No. 50 -- December 23, 2002

12/23/2002
In This Issue * Wassenaar Agrees to Establish Antiterorism Controls * Commerce Ready to Release Softwood Lumber Policy for Comment * U.S. Puts Trade Laws on Table as Part of OECD Steel …

Volume 22, No. 49 -- December 16, 2002

12/16/2002
In This Issue: * Provisions of Terrorism Insurance Law Put Export Payments at Risk * Enzi Will Scrap Old EAA and Introduce New Version * WTO Ruling on Privatization Could Overturn …