Governmental Notices for May 6 through 12th, 2017

The following governmental notices may be of interest to our members and the trade.  Among the items in this issue are links to:

APHIS’ various Comment Requests on issues such as the Importation of Fresh Baby Kiwi from Chile and the Importation of Tomatoes with Stems from Republic of Korea;

CPSC’s Proposed Rule concerning the Safety Standard Addressing Blade-Contact Injuries on Table Saws;

CBP’s current Bulletin with notices of a Comment Request, the Receipt of Application for “Lever-Rule” Protection, Notice of Issuance of Final Determination Concerning Certain Network Tap Products and the Withdrawal of Proposed Modification and Revocation of Ruling Letters Relating to Customs Application of The Jones Act to the Transportation of Certain Merchandise and Equipment Between Coastwise Points, as well as ABI messages;

CPSC and FDA Recalls and Consumer Updates;

FTC’s Rule concerning the Freedom of Information Act;

F&W’s Public Bulletin regarding the Importation of Oysters;

ITA and ITC monthly announcement of the Initiation of Administrative Reviews, in addition to Notices of the Antidumping or Countervailing Duty Investigations, Orders or Reviews, as well as updates on Determinations, Investigations and Complaints on merchandise such as Certain Mirrors with Internal Illumination and Components Thereof;

PRESIDENTIAL Administrative Orders regarding the Continuation of National Emergency status in the Central African Republic, Syria and Yemen;

California’s latest 60 Day Notices – a link to all of the notices posted in 2017, as well as a sampling of the nearly 700 notices posted in the last week on items such as, but not limited to, various food products, a Vinyl Cape and Flip Flops with Polymer Components; and,

Canada’s latest Consumer Alert & Recall notices.

Members wishing to learn more about any of these items are encouraged to review details on the Gemini Member Site, or to contact the Gemini team.