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 affected.
The 10% Section 232 duties will apply to certain aluminum products, except those from Argentina, Australia, Canada, Mexico, and any exclusions the Department of Commerce may announce in the future.
The 25% Section 232 duties will apply for certain steel products except those from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, South Korea, and any exclusions the Department of Commerce may announce in the future.
For more information, please reference the following files:
- Annex I Derivatives of Aluminum Articles
- Annex II Derivatives of Steel Articles
- Proclamation on Adjusting Imports of Derivative Aluminum and Steel Articles into the U.S.
If you have any questions, please contact our office at your convenience.
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