July 2019 Newsletter
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FAQs about the Exclusion Process from Section 301 Tariffs on China
Update on China 301 Tariff Exclusion Requests Frequently Asked Questions about the Exclusion Process from Section 301 Tariffs on China. See questions: Q. How do I file for an exclusion? A. First we need to know which of the three lists of China 301 tariffs your product is on.
An official network of automotive manufacturing clusters in Mexico has been created
In a response to changes in the international economic environment, such as the trade war between the United States and China and the implementation of the new free trade treaty between the US, Mexico, and Canada (USMCA).
Do You Know What IMMEX Stands For?
The IMMEX Program is a foreign trade facilitation instrument created by the Mexican government that allows authorized companies to import goods into Mexico on a temporary basis, to be used in the production of final products destined for export or in rendering export-related services.
5 Important Mandates from OFAC Compliance Framework
Mexico’s Senate on Wednesdaypassed the USMCA, making it the first country to ratify the new North American trade pact. “USMCA passes! Mexico goes first with clear signal that our economy is open,” Jesús Seade, Mexico’s undersecretary for foreign affairs, wrote on Twitter.
Increased Compliance and Enforcement of Antidumping and Countervailing Duties
US tariffs on steel, aluminum, solar panels, and numerous antidumping and countervailing duty (“AD/CVD”) orders on finished and raw input products have put exporters in a bind.
3 Ways to Mitigate Trade Compliance Risk
The one constant in international trade is change, and it’s happening at a breakneck pace. New tariffs, shifting alliances, and renegotiated trade agreements have rocked markets and supply chains. Trade compliance was complex enough before, but now compliance teams have to be extra vigilant.
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