President Trump posted in his twitter feed last night that the US will delay an October 1st, 2019 planned increase (25% to 30%) in the Section 301 duty rate until October 15th as a gesture of goodwill towards China.
The U.S. Trade Representative has published notice in the Federal Register directing that when the additional duties go into effect for List #4 the additional duty rate will be 15% instead of the previously announced 10%. List #4A will go into effect with 15% additional duty applied to goods entered or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption on… Read more »
China announced last Friday, August the 23rd that it will increase its tariff on U.S. goods imported into China and worth approximately $75 billion. Not long after, also on Friday late afternoon, President Trump reacted by sending tweeter messages stating that the duties for China Section 301 Lists # 1, 2 and 3 will be increased… Read more »
The U.S. Trade Representative has set the date when the additional duties will go into effect for List #4 as follows: For goods covered by List #4A: 10% additional duty will apply to goods entered or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption on or after 12:01 a.m. on September 1, 2019. For goods covered by List #4B: 10%… Read more »
The USTR announced today that a 10% tariff will go into effect on September 1, 2019 for products included in list 4A (access here). Some of the commodities in this list include certain food products, chemicals, fireworks, pesticides, plastic/ wooden/ articles, apparel, footwear, ceramic and glassware, metal products, clocks and watches. Articles included in list… Read more »