AHPA Launches Import Detentions Database To Resolve Border Problems
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Recognizing that U.S. border control today differs from 10 years ago, the American Herbal Products Association is gathering data on import detentions and other regulatory obstacles in an effort to understand and resolve import difficulties
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