A weekly roundup of news reports, government announcements, and other information about current and emerging developments in international trade and customs compliance.
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.
Find out what the latest trade developments are from - the U.S. and UK agreeing to put a 5-year hold on retaliatory tariffs to Canada requesting USMCA dispute panel over solar products safeguard tariffs, 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.
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.
With the notification to Congress, the U.S. became the third country to have completed its domestic legislative procedures needed to implement the deal, the final step necessary for the USMCA to take effect this summer. However, some are doubtful the three countries can achieve a comprehensive implementation in such a short time.