CBP proposes to revoke ruling letters  

May 6: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), in the next edition of the CBP bulletin, modifies or proposes to revoke or modify various ruling letters and tariff classification of certain imports. U.S. Customs and Border Protection Bulletin, Vol. 48, No. 18 (May 7, 2014)

This edition of the CBP bulletin [PDF 459 KB] contains the following ruling letter actions (the subject imported goods are shown in bold, below, simply for ease of identification):


  • Proposed modification of a ruling letter and proposed revocation of four ruling letters and proposed revocation of treatment relating to the tariff classification of wooden storage benches
  • Proposed revocation of a ruling letter and proposed revocation of treatment relating to the tariff classification of a flashing jewel sticker
  • Proposed revocation of two ruling letters and proposed revocation of treatment relating to the tariff classification of plastic adhesive gems
  • Proposed revocation of three ruling letters and proposed modification of four ruling letters and proposed revocation of treatment relating to the tariff classification of body stickers with glitter and/or plastic gemstones
  • Proposed modification of eleven ruling letters and proposed revocation of three ruling letters and proposed revocation of treatment relating to the tariff classification of self-adhesive plastic jewels and body stickers with multiple plastic gemstones
  • Modification of ruling letters and revocation of treatment relating to the tariff classification of nacelles for wind turbines


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