International Trade

January 12 2018
David Salkeld What could happen to imports if government shuts down: 2018 version

USA - Arent Fox LLP

Based on recent activity in Congress, the possibility of a shutdown of US federal government activities for at least a brief period is looming larger. Although it is unknown what the US Customs and Border Protection and other government agencies involved in import operations would likely do in the event of a shutdown, the 2013 federal government shutdown can be useful as a planning tool for importers.

Authors: David Salkeld, Orisia Gammell
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