Following the announcement by the Trump administration that goods origin in Hong Kong must be marked as "China" when they are exported to the United States, and cannot be labeled with "Made in Hong Kong", goods sent from China to the United States are "Made in China." The label must also be strictly checked.
According to U.S. customs border requirements, goods sent to the U.S. through all channels from now on must be labeled "Made in China" on the outer boxes and products, otherwise local imports are not allowed!
Goods that are not labeled "Made in China" will face the risks such as:
① Import is not allowed locally;
②The local will return the goods to the original place;
③The US government may confiscate these goods or impose fines on these goods.
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