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Update: USTR Announces Sec. 301 Tariffs Will Go into Effect Sept. 1, 2019 for Clothing, Footwear and Other Items from China, with Delayed Implementation for Certain Products

On August 13, 2019, the U.S. Trade Representative (“USTR”) announced that Sec. 301 tariffs of an additional 10% ad valorem will go into effect Sept. 1, 2019 for Chinese-origin products listed on Tranche 4, with certain exceptions.

The USTR further announced that an exclusion process will be conducted for products subject to the additional tariff.

To discuss strategies for addressing the impact of the tariff on your business, please contact our office to speak with one of our attorneys.


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