Are your goods included in the extension on Section 301 tariff exclusions for COVID-19 imports from China? Find out here, along with information on potential duty/tariff relief for such products.
Will your goods be affected? CBSA Customs Notice 22-08 announced that the Certain Goods Remission Order (COVID-19): SOR/2020-101 will be repealed and entitlement to relief of customs duties for importers under the Order will end on May 7, 2022. Find out all the details here.
Effective January 22, 2022, non-U.S. individuals seeking entry into the U.S. through land ports of entry and ferry terminals at the U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-Canada borders must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and provide related proof of vaccination. Details here.
The Trudeau government announced on Tuesday that it has launched a challenge under the USMCA against what it says are “unjustified” U.S. antidumping and countervailing duties on Canadian softwood lumber. Find out all the details here.
A reminder that The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service will no longer be accepting unoriginal copies of phytosanitary certificates and forms after December 31, 2021. We detail everything you need to know of what types phytosanitary certificates are acceptable, processes and much more.
USTR Extends Certain Exclusions from Sec. 301 Tariffs for COVID Treatment Products Trade Update • NOVEMBER 10, .......
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic created a “unique global trade environment” in 2020 and left a a profound impact on global economic activities and international trade, the U.S. International Trade said in its annual trade overview published this week.
With COVID-19 cases in the U.S. on the rise again due to spread of the Delta variant, the administration seeking public input on whether to extend by up to another 6 months, the Section 301 exclusions for 99 COVID-19 response “medical-care products” that are currently set to expire on September 30, 2021.