Four U.S. Cabinet agencies last week issued an advisory alerting companies about the shifting legal landscape in Hong Kong and warning them of the possibility that engaging with Hong Kong business could incur reputational and legal damages.
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.
U.S. lawmakers introduced legislation earlier this week aiming to make it easier for businesses that believe they are victims of intellectual property theft to block imports made with their trade secrets.
What are some actions you can take to strengthen your supply chain? Find out here, along with all the details on the Biden Administration's immediate action to address vulnerabilities and strengthen resilience of U.S. supply chains.
A recent CBP ruling further clarifies how to properly determine the country of origin for electric motors when assembled from components of differing origin.
During a Senate hearing Wednesday, USTR Katherine Tai lamented what she said has become a now-familiar pattern in recent years of trade disputes devolving into “fights over the last scraps of an industry that we have lost to a competitor and in particular to the Chinese.”
A bipartisan group of 40 senators earlier this week called on U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai to renew all expired Section 301 tariff exclusions and to reinstate a process for granting additional exclusions in future.