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CBP PROPOSAL TO CHANGE NON-PREFERENTIAL ORIGIN RULES FOR GOODS IMPORTED FROM CANADA OR MEXICO – COMMENT PERIOD EXPIRES AUGUST 5, 2021

CBP has published a proposal that, if adopted, would significantly change its rules for determining the origin of goods imported from Canada or Mexico for non-preferential purposes (i.e., not for USMCA eligibility). For purposes of determining USMCA eligibility, CBP applies the originating status rules set forth in General Note 11 of the tariff schedule.  For […]

PETITIONS FOR THE IMPOSITION OF ANTIDUMPING AND COUNTERVAILING DUTIES ON STANDARD STEEL WELDED WIRE MESH FROM MEXICO

I.  Type of Action: Antidumping Duty (“AD”):  Mexico ; Countervailing Duty (“CVD”): Mexico II. Product: The merchandise covered by this Petition is standard steel welded wire mesh, which may also be referred to as welded wire fabric, welded wire cloth, or welded wire reinforcement. Wire mesh is a metal wire screen made from low carbon […]

IMPORTANT REMINDER

U.S.-MEXICO-CANADA AGREEMENT TAKES EFFECT ON JULY 1, 2020 Importers and exporters of goods produced in North America are reminded that the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (“USMCA”) takes effect on July 1, 2020.  On that date, the eligibility rules and procedures under the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”) will cease to apply and will be replaced by […]

GDLSK SECURES ITC NEGATIVE DETERMINATION IN FABRICATED STRUCTURAL STEEL FROM CHINA, CANADA, AND MEXICO

Today the International Trade Commission (ITC) published notice of its 3 – 2 vote on February 22, 2020, determining that the domestic fabricated structural steel industry was neither materially injured nor threatened with material injury by imports of Fabricated Structural Steel (FSS) from China, Canada, and Mexico: https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/FR-2020-03-20/pdf/2020-05845.pdf GDLSK attorneys represented Chinese producers and exporters of […]

UPCOMING WEBINAR: USMCA TRADE DEAL: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY

On November 4, 2019, Arthur W. Bodek will be speaking at a Continuing Legal Education webinar on the topic of United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) along with a panelist from each of Canada and Mexico. This LIVE Webcast will cover the following: The USMCA Trade Deal: An Overview Key Provisions Potentials and Pitfalls Practical Tips and […]

UPDATE: ADDITIONAL TARIFFS ON GOODS FROM MEXICO “INDEFINITELY SUSPENDED”

On June 7, 2019, President Trump announced that proposed additional tariffs on goods imported from Mexico are “indefinitely suspended”. The tariffs were scheduled to take effect on June 10, 2019, at an initial rate of 5% ad valorem, and rise thereafter by 5% increments on the first of each month, ending on October 1, 2019, […]

UPDATE: WHITE HOUSE ANNOUNCES TARIFFS OF 5% – 25% ON IMPORTS FROM MEXICO

On May 30, 2019, President Trump announced that effective June 10, 2019, all goods imported into the U.S. from Mexico will be subject to an additional duty of 5% ad valorem. This is in addition to the regular duties which are normally applicable to the goods. The President invoked his authority under the International Emergency […]

PETITIONS FOR THE IMPOSITION OF ANTIDUMPING DUTIES AND COUNTERVAILING DUTIES ON CERTAIN FABRICATED STRUCTURAL STEEL FROM CHINA, CANADA AND MEXICO

I.  Type of Action:  Antidumping Duty (“AD”) and Countervailing Duty (“CVD”): China, Canada, and Mexico II. Product: The merchandise covered by this investigation includes carbon and alloy (including stainless) steel products such as angles, columns, beams, girders, plates, flange shapes (including manufactured structural shapes utilizing welded plates as a substitute for rolled wide flange sections), channels, […]