Trade Advisory Notices

The USTR has issued a Federal Register notice to take the first step of the statutory review process to determine if the Section 301 China tariffs should be continued beyond the 4-year mark.

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Beginning June 29, 2022, aluminum import licensing applications will require both fields of “country of largest smelt” and “country of second largest smelt.”

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Uyghur forced Labor Prevention Act Passed into Law.

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Protests obstructing customs processing at the Port of Hidalgo/Pharr

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CBP provided guidance for the trade on Section 232 absolute quotas on steel articles from Argentina, Brazil and South Korea as well as aluminum from Argentina.  

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Full HTS Exclusion list available!

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The U.S., along G7 members from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the U.K. as well as the European Union, announced that it will take the necessary steps to revoke Russia’s Most-Favored-Nation status in solidarity against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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CBP allowed for the temporary filing of PAPS entries from the Ambassador Bridge to the Windsor Tunnel as a result of the congestion caused by the Freedom Convoy.

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On January 29, 2022, CBP implemented changes to the electronic process for reviewing entry summaries.

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