Aug 16, 2019
The Department of Commerce issued in July its first affirmative finding that steel from Taiwan and South Korea was circumventing AD/CV duties by undergoing minimal processing in Vietnam. Now DOC has self-initiated another anti-circumvention case involving multiple countries. Listen to Today's Two Minutes in Trade.
Aug 13, 2019
It’s coming in drips and drabs but at least there is now a little more information on which items from China are going to be hit with 10% tariffs on Sept. 1 and which ones won’t. Listen to today’s Two Minutes In Trade for more info.
Aug 9, 2019
The surge at the border caused CBP, which is woefully understaffed, to detail officers to Border Patrol, resulting in cargo processing slowdowns. However, this weekend CBP will begin sending officers back to their home ports.
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Aug 7, 2019
The TFTEA changed laws relating to imports of goods made using forced labor and instructed CBP to issue regulations. We haven't seen those regulations yet and CBP does not seem interested in creating a cooperative program with the trade to help weed out forced labor in supply chains. It's time to work together! Listen...
Aug 5, 2019
The USMCA is still pending and time is getting short for approval before the 2020 election. What might happen after Congress returns from recess? Listen to today's Two Minutes in Trade for more information.