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Letter From CEO (Jamie Rodgers): What to know about Direct Identification  Duty Drawback

Letter From CEO (Jamie Rodgers): What to know about Direct Identification Duty Drawback

There are a few different ways that imports and exports can be matched for a duty drawback refund, depending on the specifics of each individual company’s supply chain. Today I want to introduce direct Identification drawback- a method where a claimant must trace products all the way from import through exports and cannot simply substitute similar products on a part number or HTS code.

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Section 232 Tariff Boosts Steel, Hampers Others

Section 232 Tariff Boosts Steel, Hampers Others

Last year, President Trump implemented “section 232” tariffs on steel and aluminum from all over the world. Even close allies like Canada were included. The law itself is meant to use tariffs as a way to maintain industries necessary for national security- in this...

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The EU & Tariffs

The EU & Tariffs

Amidst the ongoing trade negotiations with the Chinese government and tariff impositions on Chinese imports, the Trump administration appears to be gearing up to target the European Union trade bloc with the same tactics of negotiation. Harley Davidson has found...

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Trade Negotiations Continue With Japan

Trade Negotiations Continue With Japan

Over the last few months, the United States has been busy working on new trade agreements worldwide. This past month has seen a renewed focus on the USA’s trade relationship with Japan, a close ally and America’s 4th-largest trade partner. As one of his first acts...

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Tariff Deadline Uncertain

Tariff Deadline Uncertain

Months ago, a deadline of March 1st was set by the Trump Administration to have a new trade deal in place that would reduce or somehow mitigate the tariffs that were implemented last summer. In a brief “truce” to the trade war, President Trump agreed not to increase...

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