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New Tariffs On Imports From China: What Are The Options?

New Tariffs On Imports From China: What Are The Options? May 22, 2019

Facing another threatened round of tariffs on goods from China, importers may feel they have few options left to avoid the higher fares. Amid continued uncertainty surrounding the next moves in the U.S. and China trade dispute, we are advising our customers to be aware of their potential eligibility to claim product exclusions and/or recovery...

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U.S. Raises Section 301 Tariffs on Chinese Goods to 25%: What Importers Should Know

U.S. Raises Section 301 Tariffs on Chinese Goods to 25%: What Importers Should Know May 10, 2019

The U.S. increased Section 301 tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese products from 10% to 25% today, as talks continued to try to salvage a potential deal. The tariff hike went into effect hours after meetings between U.S. and Chinese negotiators failed to produce a settlement. The White House said that there were no plans...

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New Tariffs Announced on European Goods

New Tariffs Announced on European Goods April 15, 2019

The Trump administration has once more threatened a new round of Section 301 tariffs on imported goods from Europe. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer proposed new tariffs on $11 billion in imports from European Union countries. Unlike previously announced tariffs on steel and goods from China, however, these are compensation for what the U.S. says...

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U.S. and China Agreement Pauses Tariff Increase for 90 Days

U.S. and China Agreement Pauses Tariff Increase for 90 Days December 3, 2018

TRUCE IN U.S. – CHINA TARIFF WAR DELAYS THREATENED INCREASE TO 25% President Trump’s sideline meeting in Argentina with China President Xi Jinping has produced a tentative pause in the ongoing tariff war between the two countries. Although many details are not yet known, the U.S. announced it would hold off on higher tariff rates...

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