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, when 25% would be reached. President Trump announced that the tariffs were suspended due to the Mexican government agreeing to address immigration enforcement issues.
Court of International Trade Opines on the Use of the First Sale Rule
On February 9, 2023 the U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) issued an opinion (Meyer Corp. vs United States, slip op. 23-13) which may impact the use of the “First