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U.S. to Impose High Duties on Steel and Aluminium Imports

16 March 2018

President Trump on 8 March signed two presidential proclamations imposing additional tariffs of 25 percent and 10 percent, respectively, on U.S. imports of foreign-made steel and aluminium products....Read More


U.S. Trade Policy Agenda Focuses on Enforcement and National Security

16 March 2018

The Trump administration’s second annual trade policy agenda again takes a tough line, emphasising “aggressive” enforcement of U.S. trade laws, the role of trade in supporting national security and li...Read More


Mainland China and Hong Kong Continue to Account for Vast Majority of IPR Seizures

16 March 2018

U.S. Customs and Border Protection recently released statistics regarding the volume and value of its seizures of intellectual property rights infringing articles during fiscal year 2017 (October 2016...Read More


New Label on Polyester Clothing Would be Required Under California Bill

16 March 2018

A new bill in the California State Assembly (AB 2379, introduced on 14 February) would require all clothing made from fabric that is more than 50 percent polyester to bear a conspicuous label warning ...Read More


More Foreign Entities, Shipping Companies Hit with North Korea-Related Sanctions

16 March 2018

The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control has imposed sanctions against one individual, 27 entities and 28 vessels for conducting certain trade with, and providing certain...Read More


Court Finds DOE Illegally Delayed Four Mandatory Energy Efficiency Standards

16 March 2018

The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California ruled on 15 February that the U.S. Department of Energy illegally delayed the implementation of separate mandatory energy efficiency sta...Read More


Formal Investigation on Unfair U.S. Port Charges Gets Under Way

16 March 2018

The Federal Maritime Commission has launched a fact-finding investigation on the practices of vessel operating common carriers and marine terminal operators related to detention, demurrage and per die...Read More


CPSC Seeks Input on Priorities for FYs 2019 and 2020, Considers Petition on Inflatable Protective Devices

16 March 2018

The Consumer Product Safety Commission will conduct a public hearing on 11 April to receive views from all interested parties about its agenda and priorities for fiscal years 2019 and 2020....Read More


Importers Subject to New User Fees Under EPA Proposal

16 March 2018

The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to establish and collect user fees from manufacturers (including importers) and processors that (i) are required to submit information under Section 4 ...Read More


Energy Labelling Requirements for Some Appliances Updated

16 March 2018

The Federal Trade Commission has issued a final rule that will update ranges of comparability and unit energy cost figures on EnergyGuide labels for dishwashers, furnaces, room air conditioners and po...Read More


USTR Amends Dates for Annual Review of IPR Protection and Enforcement

16 March 2018

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has amended several dates in its annual review of foreign countries’ acts, policies and practices concerning the protection of intellectual property rights....Read More


AD/CV Notices

16 March 2018

Following are summaries of current AD/CV actions targeting mainland Chinese manufacturers taken by the DOC. Products: Rubber bands, Polytetrafluoroethylene resin, Uncovered innerspring units, Aluminiu...Read More


USITC Notices

16 March 2018

Topics: Preliminary Affirmative AD/CV Injury Determinations on Cast Iron Soil Pipe; Preliminary Affirmative AD/CV Injury Determinations on Large Diameter Pipe; AD Duty Order on Polyester Staple Fibre ...Read More


CPSC Recalls Various Products Made in Mainland China

16 March 2018

The CPSC has announced the following recalls of products made in mainland China. Products: Children's Nightgowns, Multicookers, High Chairs, Girls' Jeans, Mosquito Traps, and Menorahs....Read More


Legislation Introduced or Passed in the 115th U.S. Congress

16 March 2018

From 24 February through 11 March 2018, members of the U.S. Congress introduced and/or approved the following international trade-related bills that may have an impact on Hong Kong or mainland China....Read More


U.S. Executive Calendar

16 March 2018

U.S. Executive Calendar as at 12 March 2018. Pre-hearing conference in connection with USITC AD investigation of carton-closing staples from China....Read More


Multi-service Options and Tech Upgrades Dominate US Franchise Show

15 March 2018

Offering a range of complementary services, harbouring a high-tech advantage or simply having a matchless pedigree or a reputation for untarnished quality are all apparently routes to success in the h...Read More


New York Toy Show Remains Buoyant Despite Toys R Us Gloom

12 March 2018

The last show of the 2018 Toy Fair Season, the New York Toy Fair proved surprisingly upbeat given the uncertainty facing US manufacturers as the fate of Toys R Us – the country's largest toys and game...Read More


Likely Developments in Sino-US Trade Relations in the Midterm Elections Year: Potential Backlash to US Trade Remedy Actions

9 March 2018

Tensions between the US and mainland China reached a new high recently. While Trump readies a full trade arsenal, backlash to US trade remedy actions could range from targeted retaliatory actions to f...Read More


Likely Developments in Sino-US Trade Relations in the Midterm Elections Year: Trump's Trade Arsenal

8 March 2018

The Trump administration’s focus in the run-up to the 2018 midterm elections will likely continue to hinge on “fair” trade. In the coming months, in addition to the conventional trade remedies that ar...Read More

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