Find out more about USMCA after-sales service provisions that enable Canadian vendors to have their own technicians work temporarily in the U.S. as “business visitors” — meaning that no visa or special work status application is required.
The U.S. Court of International Trade ruled earlier this week that former President Trump’s Proclamation 9980 subjecting steel and aluminum “derivatives” to 25% tariffs under Section 232 is invalid because it was enacted outside the time limit allowed by Congress.
Find out more about new guidance issued by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration to address the difficulties experienced by companies obtaining the required UFI/DUNS number during last year’s biennial Registration/Renewal period.
Commerce this week announced a further delay in the effective date for the requirement calling for licenses to be obtained from the agency’s Aluminum Monitoring and Analysis System on certain imports of aluminum.
Find out more about the $800 million worth of tariffs the Biden administration proposes hitting imports from the United Kingdom and five other countries with that could take effect in the coming months.
Advocacy groups representing U.S. producers are firing back at recommendations issued recently by the Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee, accusing it of “a troubling and continued...prioritization of trade facilitation and cheap importation of goods over trade enforcement at every opportunity.”
Dockworkers at Canada’s second-largest port yesterday overwhelmingly rejected the offer made by the Maritime Employers Association, setting the stage for another potential work stoppage in the near future.