Livingston International http://www.xiangguan50.icu Simplify Trade Tue, 12 May 2020 19:13:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 4th Round of Exclusions for China Section 301 List 4A Products Granted http://www.xiangguan50.icu/4th-round-of-exclusions-for-china-section-301-list-4a-products-granted/ Tue, 12 May 2020 19:13:15 +0000 http://www.xiangguan50.icu/?p=50249 May 12, 2020 – The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) granted a fourth round of exclusions from Section 301 additional duties for Chinese origin products found on List 4A. Three ten-digit Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) were excluded: 3306.20.0000 6506.10.6030 8512.10.4000 Five product specific exclusions were granted: 3924.10.4000 -Tumblers or disposable graduated liners for pitchers, of plastics,... Read more »

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May 12, 2020 – The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) granted a fourth round of exclusions from Section 301 additional duties for Chinese origin products found on List 4A.

Three ten-digit Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) were excluded:

  • 3306.20.0000
  • 6506.10.6030
  • 8512.10.4000

Five product specific exclusions were granted:

  • 3924.10.4000 -Tumblers or disposable graduated liners for pitchers, of plastics, of a kind used in healthcare facilities
  • 3926.90.9990? -Disposable identification wristbands of plastics, designed to be worn by patients during medical procedures, each consisting of a plastics strip with an integrated window for inserting paper with relevant patient identification information, such bracelets measuring 0.95 cm or more but not more than 3.2 cm in width and having a secure closure
  • 8479.82.0080 -Manually operated pill or tablet crushers of plastics, presented with attachable pouches of plastics for capturing and storing the resulting powders
  • 8517.62.0090 -Tracking devices, each device measuring not more than 86 mm on a side (if rectangular) or 28 mm in diameter (if circular) and not more than 7.5 mm in thickness, not weighing more than 15 g, designed to be attached to another article and to establish a Bluetooth connection with another device for the purposes of providing relative location information
  • 8517.62.0090 -Wireless communication apparatus capable of receiving audio data to be distributed to wireless speakers

These new exclusions represent 27 separate exclusion requests. ?They are effective September 1, 2019, through August 31, 2020, and will use HTS number 9903.88.47.

This notice also modifies an exclusion description for ‘Face masks, single-use and particulate facepiece respirators, of textile fabrics’ (HTS 6307.90.9889), removing the words ‘single-use’.

In addition, technical amendments were made to exclusions for China List 1 and List 2 products, including one correcting the HTS for Zener diodes from 8541.10.0080 to 8541.10.0050.

Exclusions are available for any product that meets the description, regardless of whether the importer filed an exclusion request.

Refunds for duties previously paid may be recovered if within time constraints.? A Post Summary Correction (PSC) is used for unliquidated entries, and a Protest is used for entries liquidated within the past 180 days.? Importers should contact their Livingston Service representative to request any applicable PSCs or Protests be filed.

If you have any questions regarding Section 301 Exclusions for Chinese origin products, Livingston can help!? Please contact either your Livingston account manager or our regulatory affairs group at usregaffairs@livingstonintl.com

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Government Provides Tariff Relief for Importers of Certain Medical Goods and PPE goods http://www.xiangguan50.icu/government-provides-tariff-relief-for-importers-of-certain-medical-goods-and-ppe-goods-2/ Tue, 12 May 2020 19:04:08 +0000 http://www.xiangguan50.icu/?p=50245 May 12, 2020 – The Government of Canada continues to take immediate, significant and decisive action to protect Canadians’ health and safety, and to support Canadian jobs and the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Department of Finance has announced action to further ensure Canadians have access to personal protective equipment (PPE) and other necessary... Read more »

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May 12, 2020 – The Government of Canada continues to take immediate, significant and decisive action to protect Canadians’ health and safety, and to support Canadian jobs and the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Department of Finance has announced action to further ensure Canadians have access to personal protective equipment (PPE) and other necessary medical equipment.

To keep Canadians safe, the government is waiving tariffs on certain medical goods, including PPE such as masks and gloves. This will reduce the cost of imported PPE for Canadian businesses, which face tariffs of up to 18 per cent in some instances, help protect workers, and ensure our supply chains can keep functioning well.

This action complements the government’s ongoing efforts to increase domestic PPE production by Canadian industry. Tariff relief for these goods will remain in place for as long as necessary to deal with the COVID-19 crisis.

The announcement is part of the Government of Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan – a comprehensive plan that is supporting Canadian workers and Canadian businesses, and ensuring Canada’s economy remains stable and ready to rebound when the time is right.

Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) has issued Customs Notice CN20-19 Certain Goods Remission Order, to provide the importing industry guidelines and information on the remission that allows for the relief of customs duties for eligible goods which were imported on or after May 5, 2020.

This relief can be claimed at the time of importation or within two years of the date of importation.

View Appendix A which list tariff items with descriptions where customs duty relief is applicable, and Appendix B which lists MFN duty-free goods with the description.

Where the remission order is applicable and an overpayment of customs duty has been identified on commercial importations, Form?B2, Canada Customs – Adjustment Request may be filed in a regional CBSA office requesting a refund of the overpaid amount under section?74(1)(g) of the Customs Act.

Where the remission order was applicable and customs duty has been paid on non-commercial importations, Form?B2G, Informal Adjustment Request may be sent to one of the CBSA’s five casual refund centres.

For more information contact:

Canada Border Service Agency’s (CBSA) Border Information Service (BIS)
Toll-free 1-800-461-9999

Please contact your Livingston account representative should you have any questions.

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CBSA Issues Reminder of Revised Final Safeguard Surtax Rate Changes http://www.xiangguan50.icu/cbsa-issues-reminder-of-revised-final-safeguard-surtax-rate-changes/ Tue, 12 May 2020 18:50:44 +0000 http://www.xiangguan50.icu/?p=50241 May 12, 2020 – An order imposing “Final Safeguards” in the form of surtaxes on the importation of certain heavy plate, and stainless- steel wire was introduced in Customs Notice 19-08 (CN19-08). This Customs Notice also provides instructions, exemptions and a schedule of rates on certain heavy plate and stainless- steel wire. On May 4,... Read more »

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May 12, 2020 – An order imposing “Final Safeguards” in the form of surtaxes on the importation of certain heavy plate, and stainless- steel wire was introduced in Customs Notice 19-08 (CN19-08). This Customs Notice also provides instructions, exemptions and a schedule of rates on certain heavy plate and stainless- steel wire.

On May 4, 2020, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) issued a reminder of the upcoming scheduled revisions to the safeguard rates.

Period 2 of the Final Safeguard Measures will begin on May 13, 2020, for a one-year period ending on May 12, 2021.

The Surtax rates applicable to the subject heavy plate and stainless-steel wire will be reduced during this period on imported goods absent a specific permit, or once all subject importations exceed the Global Affairs Canada tariff rate quota (TRQ) for each of the goods. The rates are outlined in tables 2 & 3 of CN 19-08.

Table 2: Heavy Plate
Period Duration Surtax Rate TRQ (tonnes)
1 One-year period beginning on May 13, 2019 and ending after May 12, 2020. 20% 100,000
2 One-year period beginning on May 13, 2020 and ending after May 12, 2021. 15% 110,000
3 165 day period beginning on May 13, 2021 and ending after October 24, 2021. 10% 54,699

 

Table 3: Stainless Steel Wire
Period Duration Surtax Rate TRQ (tonnes)
1 One-year period beginning on May 13, 2019 and ending after May 12, 2020. 25% 2,800
2 One-year period beginning on May 13, 2020 and ending after May 12, 2021. 15% 3,080
3 165 day period beginning on May 13, 2021 and ending after October 24, 2021. 5% 1,532

Customs Notice 19-08 – Final Safeguard Measures Imposed on the Importation of Certain Steel Goods

Background information on current steel safeguard TRQ’s periods and quantities is available here.

Questions regarding the rate changes or safeguard measures can be directed to Daniel Walczak at Daniel.Walczak@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca or Erik Christopher Nattkemper at ErikChristopher.Nattkemper@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca.

Please contact your Livingston account representative should you have any questions.

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Thirteenth Round of Exclusions Granted for China Section 301 List 3 Products http://www.xiangguan50.icu/thirteenth-round-of-exclusions-granted-for-china-section-301-list-3-products/ Tue, 12 May 2020 18:42:15 +0000 http://www.xiangguan50.icu/?p=50235 May 12, 2020 – The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) granted their thirteenth round of exclusions from Section 301 additional duties for Chinese origin products found on List 3. Two ten-digit Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) were excluded: 4819.50.4060 6902.20.5020 144 product specific exclusions were also granted. Combined, these new exclusions cover 185 separate exclusion requests. ?They... Read more »

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May 12, 2020 – The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) granted their thirteenth round of exclusions from Section 301 additional duties for Chinese origin products found on List 3.

Two ten-digit Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) were excluded:

  • 4819.50.4060
  • 6902.20.5020

144 product specific exclusions were also granted.

Combined, these new exclusions cover 185 separate exclusion requests. ?They are effective September 24, 2018, through August 6, 2020, and will use Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) number 9903.88.46.

Annex B in the notice modified three previously approved product specific exclusions to make technical corrections for exclusions of HTS 4201.00.3000, 4201.00.6000, 7006.00.4050. 7020.00.6000, and 7321.11.1060.

Exclusions are available for any product that meets the description, regardless of whether the importer filed an exclusion request.

Refunds for duties previously paid, which are now excluded, may be applied for using a Post Summary Correction (PSC) for unliquidated entries; or a Protest for entries liquidated within the past 180 days.

Importers should contact their Livingston Service representative to request any applicable PSCs or Protests be filed.

If you have any questions regarding Section 301 Exclusions for Chinese origin products, Livingston can help!? Please contact either your Livingston account manager or our regulatory affairs group at usregaffairs@livingstonintl.com

 

 

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CBSA information for importers, and what you need to know about CUSMA http://www.xiangguan50.icu/cbsa-information-for-importers-and-what-you-need-to-know-about-cusma/ Fri, 08 May 2020 18:56:47 +0000 http://www.xiangguan50.icu/?p=50218 The trade agreement, dubbed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) in the U.S., officially known as the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) in Canada, and called Tratado entre México, Estados Unidos y Canadá (T-MEC) in Mexico will replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), effective July 1, 2020. The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has a... Read more »

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The trade agreement, dubbed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) in the U.S., officially known as the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) in Canada, and called Tratado entre México, Estados Unidos y Canadá (T-MEC) in Mexico will replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), effective July 1, 2020.

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has a dedicated webpage to provide information to the importing industry on the Canada-US-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA). This dedicated webpage provides access to information and resources when importing CUSMA-eligible goods into Canada.

The CUSMA is scheduled to enter into force on July 1, 2020, replacing NAFTA. There will be no transition period from NAFTA to CUSMA. The NAFTA Certificate will no longer be valid. A certification of origin will be required. Below is information on what importers need to know on the various changes:

Overview of key changes affecting imports:?Origin procedures, trade facilitation, self-assessments for preferential tariff treatments, advance rulings, low-value shipment threshold, trade incentives, trade remedies.

Increase to low-value shipment thresholds:?Regulatory changes and release and accounting information in effect under CUSMA.

Certifying the origin of goods:?Claim preferential tariff treatment with a valid certification of origin.

Regulatory references:?Customs notices and departmental memoranda related to CUSMA.

Additional Information:

Contact:

Canada Border Service Agency’s (CBSA) Border Information Service (BIS)
Toll-free 1-800-461-9999

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Government Provides Tariff Relief for Importers of Certain Medical Goods and PPE goods http://www.xiangguan50.icu/government-provides-tariff-relief-for-importers-of-certain-medical-goods-and-ppe-goods/ Thu, 07 May 2020 16:51:40 +0000 http://www.xiangguan50.icu/?p=50196 May 7, 2020 – The Government of Canada continues to take immediate, significant and decisive action to protect Canadians’ health and safety, and to support Canadian jobs and the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Department of Finance has announced action to further ensure Canadians have access to personal protective equipment (PPE) and other necessary... Read more »

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May 7, 2020 – The Government of Canada continues to take immediate, significant and decisive action to protect Canadians’ health and safety, and to support Canadian jobs and the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Department of Finance has announced action to further ensure Canadians have access to personal protective equipment (PPE) and other necessary medical equipment.

To keep Canadians safe, the government is waiving tariffs on certain medical goods, including PPE such as masks and gloves. This will reduce the cost of imported PPE for Canadian businesses, which face tariffs of up to 18 per cent in some instances, help protect workers, and ensure our supply chains can keep functioning well.

This action complements the government’s ongoing efforts to increase domestic PPE production by Canadian industry. Tariff relief for these goods will remain in place for as long as necessary to deal with the COVID-19 crisis.

The announcement is part of the Government of Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan – a comprehensive plan that is supporting Canadian workers and Canadian businesses, and ensuring Canada’s economy remains stable and ready to rebound when the time is right.

Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) has issued Customs Notice CN20-19 Certain Goods Remission Order, to provide the importing industry guidelines and information on the remission that allows for the relief of customs duties for eligible goods which were imported on or after May 5, 2020.

This relief can be claimed at the time of importation or within two years of the date of importation.

View Appendix A which list tariff items with descriptions where customs duty relief is applicable, and Appendix B which lists MFN duty-free goods with the description.

Where the remission order is applicable and an overpayment of customs duty has been identified on commercial importations, Form?B2, Canada Customs – Adjustment Request may be filed in a regional CBSA office requesting a refund of the overpaid amount under section?74(1)(g) of the Customs Act.

Where the remission order was applicable and customs duty has been paid on non-commercial importations, Form?B2G, Informal Adjustment Request may be sent to one of the CBSA’s five casual refund centres.

For more information contact:

Canada Border Service Agency’s (CBSA) Border Information Service (BIS)
Toll-free 1-800-461-9999

Please contact your Livingston account representative should you have any questions.

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New Aluminum Import Monitoring System Proposed http://www.xiangguan50.icu/new-aluminum-import-monitoring-system-proposed/ Wed, 06 May 2020 19:02:24 +0000 http://www.xiangguan50.icu/?p=50193 May 6, 2020 – The U.S. Department of Commerce proposed the creation of an Aluminum Import Monitoring and Analysis (AIM) program.? It would be comparable to the Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis (SIMA) program. In addition to tracking surges in imports of aluminum, it would also assist in identifying possible trans-shipments which could be used... Read more »

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May 6, 2020 – The U.S. Department of Commerce proposed the creation of an Aluminum Import Monitoring and Analysis (AIM) program.? It would be comparable to the Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis (SIMA) program.

In addition to tracking surges in imports of aluminum, it would also assist in identifying possible trans-shipments which could be used to evade or circumvent antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) and Section 232 duty.

Products covered include Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) Headings 7601, 7604-7609, and HTS 7616.99.5160 and 7616.99.5170.

Under the proposed AIM program, importers of covered products would be required to obtain an import license, with the license number input into the Customs entry.

The license would identify the country in which the aluminum was smelted and poured, as well as the countries of origin and export, the value, quantity, HTS number, the entry type, port of entry, and details on the parties involved (filer, importer, exporter, manufacturer).

Comments on this proposed rule are being accepted until May 29, 2020 using the Federal eRulemaking Portal at? https://www.Regulations.gov, using Docket ITA-2020-200408-0103.

If you have any questions regarding the proposed aluminum importing monitoring program, Livingston can help!? Please contact either your Livingston account manager or our regulatory affairs group at usregaffairs@livingstonintl.com

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Revisions to TRQ Application Process: Simplification of Documents, Temporary Administration Changes and New Contact Information http://www.xiangguan50.icu/revisions-to-trq-application-process-simplification-of-documents-temporary-administration-changes-and-new-contact-information/ Wed, 06 May 2020 18:53:36 +0000 http://www.xiangguan50.icu/?p=50189 Simplification of Documents As initially announced in October 2019, in the light of the increased number of tariff rate quotas (TRQs) under Canada’s trade agreements, Global Affairs Canada has undertaken an initiative to streamline and simplify public documents related to TRQ administration for supply-managed products. Continuing with the process, we would like to inform you... Read more »

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Simplification of Documents

As initially announced in October 2019, in the light of the increased number of tariff rate quotas (TRQs) under Canada’s trade agreements, Global Affairs Canada has undertaken an initiative to streamline and simplify public documents related to TRQ administration for supply-managed products. Continuing with the process, we would like to inform you that additional simplified documents are now available on our website in preparation for the TRQs that have an application period starting on May 1st. ?The documents relate to the following TRQs:

As with the Notices published in October 2019, these?Notices to Importers?have been reformulated in plain language.?There is no change to existing ministerial allocation policies; however, the requirement to provide an individual affidavit as a part of a Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) TRQ application package has been removed.?In order to eliminate information duplicated across many of the Notices, key information has been centralized in the?General Information on the Administration of Import Tariff Rate Quotas (TRQs) for Supply Managed Products.

Additionally, key dates and access quantities for the various supply-managed TRQs have been centralized and published in the?Key Dates & Access Quantities 2020 – 2021 Tariff Rate Quotas (TRQs) – Supply Managed Goods. Also note that corresponding revisions have been made to the respective application forms.

Please note the published information does not address any Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) related TRQs, which will be published before coming into force.

Changes to the TRQ Application Process Resulting from COVID-19

Recognizing the impacts COVID-19 is having on stakeholders’ ability to conduct normal operations, Global Affairs Canada is implementing temporary changes for the 2020-2021 dairy year TRQ application process.

On an exceptional basis, the requirement to provide an accountant’s letter for the upcoming CPTPP TRQs that will open for application on?May 1st, 2020?is waived.

Moreover, given that access to certain Government of Canada facilities has been severely restricted due to COVID-19 measures, all applications for the TRQs identified above are to be submitted electronically.? The email address to which you must submit your application is included in the application form for each respective TRQ.

New contact information related to dairy TRQs

Please be advised that the contact information related to dairy TRQs has changed, effective immediately. For any enquiries or to submit applications, please use the new commodity specific email addresses listed on the Application Forms and our?Contact Us page.

Questions may be addressed to: TRQConsultation.ConsultationCT@international.gc.ca.

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Canada’s Administration of New Tariff Rate Quotas for Refined Sugar and Sugar-Containing Products to the United States http://www.xiangguan50.icu/canadas-administration-of-new-tariff-rate-quotas-for-refined-sugar-and-sugar-containing-products-to-the-united-states/ Tue, 05 May 2020 14:47:21 +0000 http://www.xiangguan50.icu/?p=50182 May 5, 2020 – Global Affairs Canada is seeking input from Canadians on the administration of two new Tariff Rate Quotas (TRQs) for sugar and sugar-containing products to the United States established under the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA), in order to develop administration policies. These TRQs are for: 1. Sugar-Containing Products for Export to the... Read more »

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May 5, 2020 – Global Affairs Canada is seeking input from Canadians on the administration of two new Tariff Rate Quotas (TRQs) for sugar and sugar-containing products to the United States established under the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA), in order to develop administration policies. These TRQs are for:

1. Sugar-Containing Products for Export to the United States under CUSMA

2. Refined Sugar for Export to the United States under CUSMA

The purpose of this consultation is to hear stakeholders’ views specifically on the administration of these quotas, including the allocation methodology, the eligibility criteria, the return policy, the reallocation policy and the under-utilization policy.

The Government of Canada invites any Canadian stakeholder with an interest in the trade-related aspects of sugar to provide input.

To participate in the consultation, interested parties are encouraged to review the background information and provide feedback through the online questionnaire.??

Please submit your responses by 11:59 pm (Pacific Time) on May 15, 2020.

Contact Information

Non-supply managed trade controls (TIN) Global Affairs Canada 111 Sussex Drive, Ottawa ON K1A 0G2

Email: TIN.Consultations@international.gc.ca

 

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List of Prohibited Firearms Updated Due to Re-Classification of Assault Style Firearms http://www.xiangguan50.icu/list-of-prohibited-firearms-updated-due-to-re-classification-of-assault-style-firearms/ Mon, 04 May 2020 16:15:09 +0000 http://www.xiangguan50.icu/?p=50175 May 4, 2020 – Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) issued Customs Notice CN20-17 on May 1st ,2020 on the re-classification of certain firearms as prohibited firearms. Many firearms that were once classified as non-restricted or restricted are now re-classified as prohibited firearms. Please be advised that the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) will immediately begin... Read more »

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May 4, 2020 – Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) issued Customs Notice CN20-17 on May 1st ,2020 on the re-classification of certain firearms as prohibited firearms. Many firearms that were once classified as non-restricted or restricted are now re-classified as prohibited firearms.

Please be advised that the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) will immediately begin prohibiting the importation of all firearms that are listed in the Regulations by individuals or businesses, unless an exemption is met. If the firearms are not declared at the time of importation they may be subject to seizure.

A business, including motion picture, television, or theatrical companies, may only import the prohibited firearms and devices if they have a prescribed purpose for the importation on their firearms business licence.

A complete list of firearms now classified as prohibited can be found in the Regulations Amending the Regulations Prescribing Certain Firearms and Other Weapons, Components and Parts of Weapons, Accessories, Cartridge Magazines, Ammunition and Projectiles as Prohibited, Restricted or Non-Restricted (PDF), published in the Canada Gazette Part II and effective immediately.

The CBSA’s policy on the importation of prohibited firearms is available in Memorandum D19-13-2, Importing and Exporting Firearms, Weapons and Devices and be revised to reflect the changes to the importation of the newly prohibited firearms.

Customs Notice 20-17 Re-classification of “assault style” firearms to prohibited firearms

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