CBP proposes to revoke, modify various ruling letters 

July 9:  The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in the most recently published edition of the CBP bulletin has proposed to revoke or modify certain ruling letter actions. U.S Customs and Border Protection Bulletin, Vol. 47, No. 28 (July 3, 2013)

CBP proposes to revoke the ruling letters and to revoke the treatment relating to the tariff classification of:

  • Chenopodium quinoa seeds
  • Aquadoodle products
  • D-lysine
  • A wine bottle bag
  • A valve cable support
  • Electrical muscle stimulation machines
  • Certain molded plastic watch boxes

CBP also proposes to revoke or modify ruling letters and to revoke the treatment relating to:

  • The country-of-origin marking of an unassembled child bicycle seat
  • The country-of-origin marking under NAFTA of apomorphine hydrochloride ampoules
  • The process of pitting and hydrating prunes for drawback purposes

Read the CBP bulletin notices [PDF 318 KB]

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Luis A. Abad

(212) 954-3094

Amie Ahanchian

(202) 533-3247

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