Tag Archives: origin

Simultaneous Rulings by USITC on Carbon and Alloy Steel Products Claims

The US International Trade Commission’s (USITC) investigation in Certain Carbon and Alloy Steel Products, Inv. No. 337-TA-1002 was instituted to investigate alleged violations of Section 337 by the Chinese steel industry based on claims of trade secret misappropriation, false designation of origin, and antitrust violations.… Continue Reading

Getting Customs Valuation Right – Upcoming Workshop Opportunity

Trade Practitioner will co-lead a practical interactive workshop on How to Meet Increasingly Complex Valuation Challenges on January 20, 2016, preceding American Conference Institute’s 10th Advanced Forum on Import Compliance & Enforcement. Chris’ session aims to make sense of and provide guidance on a range of Customs valuation issues that import compliance professionals encounter on a daily basis. For … Continue Reading

EU Won’t Let TTIP Get In Way of European Wines, Olives and More

At the latest, 11th, round of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), the parties exchanged a second round of offers on tariffs, as well as proposals involving rules of origin for specific products. During discussions that took place between October 19 and 23 in Miami, Florida, the EU identified a number of non-tariff issues which inhibit the trade of EU … Continue Reading
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