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Additional Duties on Large Number of US Products Imported into the EU to Begin Applying in July This Year

15 June 2018

On 6 June 2018, as part of the EU's response to the US tariffs on steel and aluminium products, the European Commission’s 28 highest ranking officials (the so-called “College of Commissioners”) endors...Read More

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Trade Regulations of USA

12 June 2018

The US trade regime consists of a complex web of diverse regulatory and policy objectives. These goals are often inter-related and mutually reinforcing. Trade objectives must also co-exist with US for...Read More

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White House Signals Intention to Impose Section 301 Tariffs Soon After 15 June

8 June 2018

Just a week after saying it would suspend the imposition of an additional 25 percent tariff on US$50 billion worth of imports from mainland China, the Trump administration has announced plans to move ...Read More

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U.S. Considering Import Restrictions on Automobiles

8 June 2018

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced on 23 May its self-initiation of an investigation under section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 to determine whether imports of automobiles (including ...Read More

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Likelihood of Global Trade War Increases Following U.S. Rescission of Steel/Aluminium Tariff Exemptions for EU, Canada and Mexico

8 June 2018

The United States rescinded on 1 June the exemptions it temporarily provided to the European Union, Canada and Mexico from the additional import duties on steel and aluminium that were imposed as of 2...Read More

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Congress Advances Foreign Investment Regulatory Reform Effort

8 June 2018

Efforts to reform the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), the Treasury-chaired inter-agency committee that conducts national security reviews of mergers, acquisitions or take...Read More

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U.S. May Seek to Reduce Imports of Identified Critical Minerals

8 June 2018

The Trump administration is expected to begin taking steps to ease the United States’ dependency on imports of 35 minerals deemed by the U.S. Department of the Interior to be critical to U.S. security...Read More

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Cotton and Products with Cotton from Turkmenistan Subject to New Detention Order

8 June 2018

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has posted to its website information indicating that on 18 May it issued a withhold release order against all cotton from Turkmenistan and all products produced in ...Read More

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Evasion of AD Duties on Mainland Chinese Aluminium Extrusions Under Investigation

8 June 2018

CBP has initiated an investigation to examine an allegation that specific importers have evaded the antidumping and countervailing duty orders on aluminium extrusions from mainland China by transshipp...Read More

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Combatting Imports of Illegally Harvested Seafood is Aim of DOC Inquiry

8 June 2018

The DOC is seeking information by 31 December regarding nations whose vessels are engaged in illegal, unreported or unregulated fishing, by-catch of protected living marine resources and/or fishing ac...Read More

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Importers of Organic Products Will Not Face Import Fee

8 June 2018

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service has terminated a rulemaking that would have established an industry-funded promotion, research and information programme for certifi...Read More

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Export Control Changes Proposed for Firearms and Ammunition

8 June 2018

BIS has issued a proposed rule describing how articles that the president determines no longer warrant control under categories I (firearms, close assault weapons and combat shotguns), II (guns and ar...Read More

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Food Manufacturers Get More Time to Eliminate Partially Hydrogenated Oils

8 June 2018

The Food and Drug Administration has extended the compliance dates for certain uses of partially hydrogenated oils, which the FDA has determined are not generally recognised as safe for any use in hum...Read More

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Changes to Energy Test Procedures for Certain Lamp Fixtures Under Consideration

8 June 2018

The U.S. Department of Energy has launched a data collection process to consider whether to amend the current energy test procedures for metal halide lamp fixtures....Read More

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AD/CV Notices

8 June 2018

Following are summaries of current AD/CV actions targeting mainland Chinese manufacturers taken by the DOC. Products: Drawn stainless steel sinks, Honey, Raw flexible magnets, sodium gluconate, Fine ...Read More

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USITC Notices

8 June 2018

Topics: New AD/CV Probes of Steel Propane Cylinders; Preliminary Affirmative AD/CV Injury Determinations on Quartz Surface Products; Initiation of AD Sunset Reviews of Sodium Hexametaphosphate, Rebar,...Read More

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CPSC Recalls Various Products Made in Mainland China

8 June 2018

The CPSC has announced the following recalls of products made in mainland China. Products: Pottery Wheel Kits, Spin Art Kits, Crayons, Wireless Phone Chargers, Strollers, and Bicycles....Read More

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

8 June 2018

From 20 May through 2 June 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

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U.S. Executive Calendar

8 June 2018

U.S. Executive Calendar as of 5 June 2018. Deadline for return questionnaires in USITC AD/CV injury investigations of steel propane cylinders from China....Read More

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Buoyant DIY Sector Sees Eccentricity Creep into US Hardware Show

31 May 2018

With home improvement never having had a bigger role to play in the life of US consumers, the relentlessly-rising spend has encouraged the launch of several distinctly-marginal products, including hom...Read More

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