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USTR Announces Chinese Goods Subject to 25 Percent Tariffs

Posted in Trade Remedies
U.S. Will Review Additional Goods, Chinese Investment Restrictions Today, June 15, 2018, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced Chinese products that will and may be subject to special duties stemming from the Section 301 investigation into China’s IP practices. USTR has released two lists. List 1 covers 818 tariff lines that… Continue Reading

U.S. Trade Representative Announces Safeguard Tariffs on Solar Cell and Module Imports

Posted in Trade Remedies
On Monday, the Trump Administration announced that President Trump had approved the imposition of new tariffs on imports of solar cells and modules, as well as a tariff-rate quota on imports of washing machines. The government will impose a 30% tariff on all imported cells and modules in the first year, which will drop to… Continue Reading

U.S. Government Brings Trio of Penalty Suits for AD/CVD Import Violations

Posted in Appeals, Customs Law, Dumping and Subsidies, Trade Remedies
So far this month, the Department of Justice has filed three collection suits against importers accused of negligently importing goods subject to antidumping and countervailing orders. The new cases include: U.S. v. 3A Industrial Supply, LLC, CIT Ct No. 14-242, seeking penalties in conjunction with one entry of butt-weld pipe fittings from China. U.S. v.… Continue Reading
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