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Imports of 27 Chemical Substances to Require Advance Notice

Imports of 27 Chemical Substances to Require Advance Notice The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a direct final rule; this rule will require persons to notify the EPA at least 90 days before commencing any activity that intends to manufacture (including import) or process any of the 27 specified chemical substances that are designated as…

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Section 301 Tariffs Duty Drawback Eligibility

Duty Drawback Eligibility for Chinese Goods Subject to Section 301 Tariffs Chinese-origin goods that are subject to the new Section 301 tariffs qualify for duty drawback. For exporters, the duty drawback eligibility will help mitigate the costs incurred from the increased tariffs. How it works: Merchandise is imported into the U.S. Duties are paid on…

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Rogers & Brown has available space in our Atlanta warehouse – conveniently located less than ten minutes from the airport in Forest Park, GA. We offer a full range of warehouse and distribution services, which include providing customers with the ability to manage, track, issue order instructions, and create inventory reports. Our dedicated and knowledgeable…

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USTR Modifies Section 301 Tariffs

USTR Modifies Section 301 Tariffs; Imposing An Increased Duty on $200 Billion Worth of Chinese Goods On July 10, 2018, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer released a notice of tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports. The list consists of a 10 percent tariff on all 6,031 8-digit tariff subheadings, in addition to maintaining…

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USTR Proposed Expanded China Duty List

USTR Accepting Written Comments for the Proposed Duty List of Additional Goods from China As mentioned in our previous news alert, The USTR released a list of additional goods that may be subject to the 25% duty (List 2). List 2 proposes to add an additional 284 tariff subheadings as benefiting from Chinese industrial policies,…

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Section 301 Proposed Tariffs Announced

Early Friday, President Trump officially announced that the United States would impose tariffs of $50 billion on Chinese goods, in retaliation against China for intellectual property theft. In April, the White House announced the planned tariffs and released a list of possible goods subjected with a deadline of June 15 to unveil a final list….

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UPDATE: Additional Duty on Imports of Steel and Aluminum Articles under Section 232

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced in CSMS#18-000372: UPDATE: Additional Duty on Imports of Steel and Aluminum Articles under Section 232 an update based on the President’s Proclamation on adjusting the duty and quota requirements for steel and aluminum. The update advises as of June 1, 2018, all steel and aluminum articles imported from the following…

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Section 301 Proposed Tariffs Announced

Section 301 Proposed Tariffs Announced The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has released a proposed list of tariffs under Section 301. The proposed list covers 1,300 Chinese tariff lines at the 8-digit level. The tariffs will likely not take effect before June and will affect industries such as aerospace, information and communication technology, robotics, and…

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Updates Regarding Implementation of the Section 232 Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum

In CSMS #18-000240 released last week, CBP provided background information on recent Presidential Proclamations and duty requirements regarding the additional duty on imports of steel and aluminum under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962. The duty requirements of goods entered, or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption, are effective as of last Friday,…

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President Trump Signs Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum

President Donald Trump has signed proclamations imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports into the U.S., which will result in additional duties for importers. The U.S. partners in NAFTA, Canada and Mexico, could be exempt from the recently signed tariffs if they continue to renegotiate ongoing changes with NAFTA. Trump casts the tariffs as a…

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