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Bills Introduced to check on Section 232 Tariffs

Bills Introduced to check on Section 232 Tariffs Bills introduced to check president’s 232 powers The reintroduction of the Trade Security Act is the most recent proposal to check the executive branch’s ability to impose national security-based trade remedies. Feb 07, 2019 on Dec 27, […]

Will there be a USMCA Signing Party?

Canada says No. Not with Trudeau present anyway. Canada’s ambassador in Washington says Prime Minster Justin Trudeau will not be taking part in any sort of signing ceremony alongside President Trump if steel and aluminum tariffs aren’t lifted first.   According to CBC Canada, “Trudeau […]

Mexico Refuses to Sign USMCA

Will Steel and Aluminum Tariffs be Lifted before the end of November? Mexico will not sign the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) until the United States removes steel and aluminum tariffs on both Canada and Mexico.  The final text is currently being written and the goal […]

New NAFTA & Update on Tariffs

Stalled, Standby and Steaming Ahead? Written by Daniel D. Ujczo, Practice Group Chair – Intl & Regional Practices, Dickinson Wright Posted September 17, 2018 Section 301 China Tariffs   USTR issued two announcements on Monday, September 17 relating to the Section 301 tariffs.  Steaming Ahead USTR announced […]

Steel and Aluminum Quotas from Argentina, Brazil and South Korea

Derived from U.S. Customs and Border Protection Cargo Systems Messaging Service June 5, 2018  ​Pursuant to the Presidential Proclamation for articles subject to section 232 measures, imports of steel mill products from Argentina, Brazil and South Korea; and imports of aluminum products from Argentina; entered […]

Ad Valorem Tariffs are Now Official

It’s official Ad valorem tariffs are now mandated on steel and aluminum imports from all countries, now including Canada, Mexico and the European Union.  As of midnight on June 1, 2018, an additional 25% duty will be placed on imported steel and an additional 10% […]