David M. Murphy will present Trade Wars & Trade Agreements: Where We Stand and Where We Go from Here” at the 17th Annual Northeast Cargo Symposium of the Coalition of New England Companies for Trade (CONECT) in Providence, Rhode Island, on November 15, 2018. The 40-minute presentation will address recent trade actions (Section 232 Steel/Aluminum, 301 China), recent developments on the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) and the revised KORUS and as well as strategies for addressing these changes. CONECT is a non-profit, member-based business association for companies involved in international trade and/or transportation. Incorporated in 1991, CONECT now serves over 1,200 members representing over 300 U.S. companies and organizations, including major importers, exporters and related service providers. To learn more see HERE.
UPDATED – EXTENSION OF CERTAIN COVID-RELATED CHINA 301 EXCLUSIONS
In a Federal Register notice of May 17, 2023, the USTR announced that it is extending certain China 301 exclusions that had been put in place and/or previously extended to