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.
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.”
Reversing a 2020 ruling by the Court of International Trade, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday issued a decision upholding the former administration’s authority to hike tariffs on Turkish steel imports.
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.
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.
$4 billion!? Yes, a year-long review shows nearly $4B worth of tires from South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam are being dumped in the U.S. at prices below their fair value. Find out all the details on the new antidumping duty rates that may come into effect in July 2021.
Importer of Canadian softwood lumber? A big hit is potentially on its way with a proposed increase to countervailing and antidumping rates currently levied against four of Canada’s top producers, in addition to more than doubling the combined “All Others” rate to a whopping 18.32%. Find out all the details and impacts of this potential action.