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Rule Change. Alaska exporters no longer are required to file a Shipper's Export Declaration for qualified shipments of $2,500 or less, a modification of the previous exemption, which was limited to shipments of $1,500 or less. Qualification hinges on these conditions: Merchandise is exportable under a general license, and the destination country must be considered a free world' in official regulations. The U.S. Department of Commerce requires specific labeling on the bill of lading, air waybill or other carrier loading documents. Also, certain shipments are not eligible for the exemption.

Check with the International Trade Administration in Anchorage, 271-5041.
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Title Annotation:Alaska Business Briefs; exporter paperwork rules
Publication:Alaska Business Monthly
Date:Sep 1, 1990
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