Enforcing the Truth Begins Now

Today, U.S. Customs and Border Protection published a Federal Register Notice to ensure that country of origin markings for Israeli and Palestinian goods are consistent with the United States’ foreign policy approach. The notice establishes that producers within certain areas designated in the Oslo Accords and the Hebron Protocol (the areas under Israeli control) must mark their goods as “Israel,” “Product of Israel,” or “Made in Israel” when exporting those goods to the United States. Parties that import these goods into the United States are responsible for ensuring compliance with the marking requirements.

CBP Statement on Country of Origin Markings for Israeli and Palestinian Goods, Official Release from U.S. Customs and Border Protection, December 23, 2020

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