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Customs Says Hong Kong-Originating Goods Must Now Be Labeled Made in China

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As part of President Trump’s order to end any preferential treatment for Hong Kong, the rules of origin for goods made in the region are changing. In a Federal Register notice published Tuesday morning, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said instead of “Hong Kong” origin markings, all goods produced in the region must now be…

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