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January 29, 2020
White House expanded the list of aluminum & steel products subject to additional Section 232 duties commencing February 8.

On January 24, the White House expanded the list of aluminum and steel products that will be subject to Section 232 duties commencing February 8. Our office will attempt to notify you if we believe your goods may be subject to this expansion; however, we encourage you to contact us if you suspect you will be Read More

January 15, 2020
President Donald Trump signed today Phase I of a partial trade deal with China.

  China has promised to buy not less than $200 billion in goods and services over the next two years, Phase I will provide the President negotiating leverage for dealing Phase II of the trade deal expecting to have all tariffs come off after the successful completion of phase II. Like in Phase I, there Read More

December 11, 2019
USMCA Agreement Reached

Democratic members of the House of Representatives and the White House came to an agreement this morning to move forward on the USMCA trade agreement. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Richard E. Neal and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi held a joint press conference announcing the two sides had come to terms on issues Read More

August 29, 2019
Federal Register Notice to formalize the President’s announcement that List 4A and List 4B tariffs will be 15%, effective September 1 and December 15, respectively.

Here is the Federal Register Notice (to be officially published Friday), which formalizes the President’s announcement that List 4A and List 4B tariffs will be 15%, effective September 1 and December 15, respectively: https://bit.ly/30Ke8Bw A separate FRN will be issued for the tariff increase for Lists 1-3, which is scheduled to take effect on October Read More

June 4, 2019
Today the US Trade Representative granted 89 new product exclusions on goods imported from China.

In a notice published today, the US Trade Representative granted another round of product exclusions, should your goods from China fit any of the following 89 detailed descriptions on the following list, your goods will now be eligible to be excluded from paying 25% additional duties from China. Also, if you have had to pay Read More

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