Get the answers to questions that are frequently asked by importers and exporters about a range of issues concerning various provisions of the USMCA.
A year-long disagreement over interpretation of a key provision the USMCA's more stringent auto rules may be headed for a dispute resolution panel after talks in Washington last week between the U.S. and Mexico failed to make any progress on the issue.
A joint announcement earlier this week from the U.S. Treasury Department and the State Bank of Vietnam that an agreement has been reached to address U.S. concerns with Vietnam’s currency practices has, for the time being at least, removed the threat of punitive Sec. 301 tariffs being imposed on Vietnamese imports.
The new advisory urges U.S. businesses to exit supply chains connected to Xianjing and warns that those who do not “could run a high risk of violating U.S. law.”
Are U.S. farmers still being denied their fair share of the supply-managed Canadian market? U.S. trade officials and dairy industry advocates think so and an official submission has been made to dispute the way Canada administers dairy import quotas in accordance with USMCA. Find out all the details here.
After being kept under wraps by the Trump administration, Commerce this week released a controversial report on the national security implications of U.S. imports of automobiles and automobile parts.
Find out what the latest trade developments are from - Canadian lumber producers looking for billions in duty repayment to - the U.S. tire industry determined to be ‘materially injured’ by imports from various countries, we've detailed these and much more for you here.
Trade ministers from the three countries gathered in Washington, D.C. this week to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement’s coming into effect and to discuss its “achievements, challenges, and potential.”
As the Biden administration looks to tighten up existing “Buy America” government procurement policies, a special committee of MPs says the Trudeau government should attempt to secure a wider range of exemptions for Canadian firms that would recognize the integrated nature of cross-border supply chains between the two countries.