Monthly Trade Statistics
In June 2023, CBP processed more than 3.1 million entry summaries valued at more than $278 billion, identifying estimated duties of nearly $7 billion to be collected by the U.S. government. Trade via the ocean environment accounted for more than 39.5% of the total import value, followed by air, truck and rail.
CBP continues to lead U.S. government efforts to prevent goods made with forced labor from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region from entering the U.S. commerce and combatting systemic abuse of Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in the People’s Republic of China. Since the agency began implementing the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act on June 21, 2022, CBP has reviewed a total of almost 4,300 shipments valued at nearly $1.4 billion. In June 2023, CBP stopped 405 shipments valued at more than $239 million for further examination based on the suspected use of forced labor.
Intellectual property rights violations continue to put America’s innovation economy at risk. Trade in counterfeit and pirated goods threaten the competitiveness of U.S. businesses, the livelihoods of American workers, and the health and safety of consumers. In June, CBP seized 1,709 shipments that contained counterfeit goods valued at more than $120 million.
Source: U.S. Customs Border Protection
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