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Federal Trade Commission is Seeking Feedback About “Made in USA” Marking Regulations

August 13, 2020

Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Seeking Comments About “Made in USA” Marking Regulations

The article linked below provides details about the open comment period for the FTC as they consider changing regulations pertaining to the use of “Made in the USA” and similar types of product marking. U.S. Customs (CBP) acts as the enforcement agency for country of origin marking requirements on imported products and can detain or seize imports they feel are not properly marked. Customs can assess penalties as well against importers of improperly labelled products.

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