New State Reports and Importer Map Show Who’d Be Hurt If Congress Doesn’t Renew GSP

This morning, we updated our state reports page to include 2012 reports for all 50 states. The reports are included in our new map (below) that highlights companies importing GSP-eligible products throughout the country.

The toolbar (right) provides fast facts on GSP imports and links to the 2012 state report and all state-related posts.

The map (left) shows select companies that import GSP-eligible products – and likely to face higher taxes if Congress doesn’t renew GSP before July 31. The records include company name, city, state, and congressional district, as well as the products imported and the source country.

We plan to add new companies to the list regularly, so if you import under GSP but aren’t on the map, add your name here and we’ll include you in our next update!

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One Response to New State Reports and Importer Map Show Who’d Be Hurt If Congress Doesn’t Renew GSP

  1. Maruska says:

    Please, it would be possible to identify how much savings on import taxes (2012) from goods originating in Brazil and supported by the GSP?
    Thank you, Maruska

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