Exporter of Canadian softwood lumber into the US? The U.S. appears to be pressing ahead with anti-dumping and countervailing duties on these types of imports, while Canada will continue to fight these duties. Find out all these details here.
Importer of seafood into the USA? Find out all the details on the latest proposed ruling to expand the types of seafood subject to the U.S. Seafood Import Monitoring Program (SIMP), and how you can have your say.
The U.S. is requesting, yet again, dispute settlement consultations with Canada under USMCA to address dairy restrictions by Canada that are contrary to its USMCA commitments. Find out what this new request expands on in its challenge of Canada’s dairy TRQ allocation measures and why the U.S. remains very concerned.
Are your goods to be included? Find out all the details on the latest exclusion extension on products, in addition to how to submit your comments on tariff headings containing these exclusions, and/or what products might require to be included.
The U.S. is attempting to strengthen its ties with Africa as it competes for influence with China, America’s largest trading partner, and Russia, which has deepened its relations with the region as western nations tried to isolate it over the Ukraine invasion. The summit provides a “sweet spot on AGOA going forward” . Find out all the details here.
Malaysian imports into Canada are now entitled to the CPTPP tariff treatment. Find out all the details that you need to know including how your goods might be eligible for duty refunds as a result.
CBP issued a final rule, which updates certain regulations, to reflect recent changes in the HTSUS. We detail what you need to know about these updates and if your goods are affected.
CBP is proposing to change the classification of wireless headphone sets from China. If this change is finalized, wireless headphones would no longer be subject to existing Section 301 tariffs on imports from China. Find out all the details here, and how you can have your say on this proposed change.
Burkina Faso’s eligibility for trade benefits under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) will be terminated as of January 1, 2023. Find out all the details here.