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What Happens When CBP Detains Your Products?

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So your shipment has been detained by U.S. Customs and Border Protection for suspected forced labor. What do you do next? Importers who run afoul of one of the agency’s 48 Withhold Release Orders (WROs)—as Uniqlo recently did—can do one of two things: reclaim the goods for export elsewhere or file a protest disputing CBP’s…

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