International Trade and Customs



 

 


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Hove, John
Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary, P.C
jhove@scopelitis.com


International Trade and Customs


Hiways Law Firm has published the fourth edition of HiNews covering new legislation, recent case highlights, and insights from the firm for February 2019.

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Hiways Law Firm has published the third edition of HiNews covering new legislation, recent case highlights, and insights from the firm for January 2019.

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Hiways Law Firm has published the second edition of HiNews covering new legislation, recent case highlights, and insights from the firm for December 2018.

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Hiways Law Firm has published the first edition of HiNews covering new legislation, recent case highlights, and insights from the firm.

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Author: Susan Kohn Ross

The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) today issued two lists of products on which the U.S. seeks to impose tariffs on goods made in China at a 25% rate. The lists together cover 1,102 tariff lines valued at approximately $50 billion. According to the USTR’s release, the list of products settled on was intended to focus on “products from industrial sectors that contribute to or benefit from the ‘Made in China 2025’ industrial policy,” and include aerospace, information and communications technology, robotics, industrial machinery, new materials and automobiles. Cellular telephones and televisions are not included.

Read more: 25% Tariff Imposed on Chinese Goods