CBP has issued a Notice reminding the brokerage community that the Customs Brokers User Fee Payment for 2019 is due by January 25, 2019. The fee is assessed for each permit held by a broker, whether it may be an individual, partnership, association or corporation, and for both local and national permits. The annual fee […]
I. Type of Action: Antidumping Duty (“AD”) and Countervailing Duty (“CVD”): Israel
I. In-Scope Products:
The definition of the imported article subject to this petition is complete bicycles having a Customs Value under $400, without regard to the value of accessories on or imported with the imported article. For purposes of this petition, a complete bicycle includes a fully-assembled unit comprised of all component parts and requiring no additional assembly, fabrication, or finishing operations. Complete bicycles subject to this petition also include bicycles imported in any partially-assembled format with all necessary, dedicated components (with or without pedals) included upon importation; e.g., a knock-down kit.
I. Type of Action: Antidumping Duty (“AD”) and Countervailing Duty (“CVD”): People’s Republic of China (“PRC”) and India
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, […]
The Fashion Institute of Technology’s (FIT) Art Market Studies MA Program at the School of Graduate Studies and Case Western Reserve University’s School of Law are co-hosting the Art Market & Money Laundering Symposium at New York’s FIT, located at 7th Avenue and 27th Street, New York, N.Y. 10001. The symposium will consist of two […]
I. Type of Action: Antidumping Duty (“AD”) and Countervailing Duty (“CVD”)
II. Product: The scope of the petitions covers aluminum wire and cable (“AWC”), which is defined as an assembly of one or more electrical conductors made from 8000 Series Aluminum Alloys, Aluminum Alloy 1350, and/or Aluminum Alloy 6201, provided that: (1) at least one of the electrical conductors is insulated; (2) each insulated electrical conductor has a voltage rating greater than 80 volts and not exceeding 1000 volts; and (3) at least one electrical conductor is stranded and has a size not less than 16.5 kcmil and not greater than 1000 kcmil. The assembly may or may not: (1) include a grounding or neutral conductor; (2) be clad with aluminum, steel, or other base metal; or (3) include a steel support center wire, one or more connectors, a tape shield, a jacket or other covering, and/or filler materials.
I. Type of Action: Antidumping Duty (“AD”) and Countervailing (“CVD”)
II. Product: The merchandise covered by this investigation are cylindrical kegs, vessels, or containers capable of being pressurized made from stainless steel (i.e. , steel containing at least 10.5 percent chromium by weight and less than 1.2 percent carbon by weight, with or without other elements) (“refillable stainless steel kegs”) with a nominal liquid volume capacity of 10 liters or more, regardless of the type of finish, gauge, thickness, or grade of stainless steel, regardless of finish, and whether or not covered by or encased in other materials. Refillable stainless steel kegs may be imported assembled or unassembled, with or without all components (including spears, couplers or taps, necks, collars, and valves), and filled or unfilled. Assembled refillable stainless steel kegs must be capable of being pressurized to 60 pounds per square inch (“PSI”) and must be tested to 90 PSI.”Unassembled” or “unfinished” refillable stainless steel kegs include drawn stainless steel cylinders that have been welded to form the body of the keg and welded to an upper (top) chime and/or lower (bottom) chime. Unassembled refillable stainless steel kegs may or may not be welded to a neck, may or may not have a valve assembly attached, and may be otherwise complete except for testing, certification and/or marking. Subject merchandise also includes refillable stainless steel kegs that have been further processed in a third country, including but not limited to, attachment of necks, collars, spears or valves, heat treatment, pickling, passivation, painting, testing, certification or any other processing that would not otherwise remove the merchandise from the scope of the investigation if performed in the country of manufacture of the in-scope refillable stainless steel keg.
On September 17, 2018, the U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) affirmed the U.S. Department of Commerce redetermination that Xanthan Gum exported by GDLSK clients Neimenggu Fufeng Biotechnologies Co., Ltd. (aka Inner Mongolia Fufeng Biotechnologies Co., Ltd.) and Shandong Fufeng Fermentation Co., Ltd. (collectively, Fufeng) was not dumped in the United States. As a result, […]
James McAndrew, Forensic Specialist, Grunfeld Desiderio Lebowitz Silverman & Klestadt LLP will be a guest speaker and panelist at the 2018 Global Fine Art Awards Nomination Event & Salon at the National Arts Club located at 15 Gramercy Park South, New York, N.Y. 10003 on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 (open the following link for more […]