Regulatory Updates

Argentina: New Import Declaration form for Clinical Supplies

In an effort to streamline importations of clinical supplies, Argentina’s Ministry of Health, Administración Nacional de Medicamentos, Alimentos y Tecnología Médica (ANMAT) announced the creation of a new import declaration form.[i] The new, so called 12-point...

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Import Tariff Rate Reductions in Russia

In a continued effort to align with World Trade Organization (WTO) rules for trade facilitation[i], The Federal Customs Service of Russia has reduced tariff rates for more than 1700 Harmonized Schedule (HS) codes. The reduced rates went into effect on September 1,...

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Mexico’s CFDI Export Reporting Requirement Revised

The Mexican Treasury Department (SAT) has revised the new CFDI export reporting requirement to exclude non-commercial shipments.  According to a resolution[i] published on June 22nd, Article 3.1.35 of the 2016 General Foreign Trade Rules is amended to apply...

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Mexico’s New Export Requirement Postponed

As the July 1st deadline for complying with Mexico’s new CFDI export reporting requirement quickly approaches, exporters and their agents are concerned with how the reporting will be implemented. However, there soon may be good news for exporters.According to the...

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Sarajevo International Airport Rescinds Temporary Import Ban

Sarajevo International Airport (SJJ) removed their temporary ban on imports of medicines and medical devices, on June 9. After meeting with local aviation authority representatives, the Agency for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices Bosnia and Herzegovina (ALMBIH)...

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Mexico’s New Export Requirement

Regulatory changes in Mexico will result in additional requirements for exporters.  Mexican companies are required to report their taxable, commercial trade transactions to the Treasury Department (SAT) by submitting an electronic certified commercial invoice: a...

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