Executive Director Kate Muth said IMAG supports the new rate order and expressed the association’s hope that the U.S. Postal Service will finalize the prices well in advance of the minimum 15-day requirement. Muth’s comments were featured in July 18 story by Bloomberg Government. “It has been extremely difficult for IMAG members to plan for a potential withdrawal from the UPU, put contingency plans in place, and try to budget for new rates while not knowing what those rates will be or whether the U.S. will have access to the UPU network and documentation,” Muth said.
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