CBP Processing System, Trade Fraud Enforcement Panned

Law360, New York (May 17, 2012, 3:33 PM EDT) -- There's been a disappointing lack of progress on the processing system U.S. Customs and Border Protection is developing to facilitate international trade, and the government needs to do more to combat evasion of anti-dumping duties, witnesses told a congressional subcommittee Thursday.

The House Ways and Means Committee subcommittee on trade heard testimony from acting CBP Commissioner David Aguilar, former Customs Commissioner George Weise, Southern Shrimp Alliance Executive Director John Williams, and four others at a hearing on modernization and enforcement at the CBP.

Subcommittee Chairman Kevin...
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