In Husch Blackwell’s March 2020 Trade Law Newsletter, you’ll learn about the following updates in international trade and supply chain law:

  • CBP Changes Course: No Longer Accepting Requests to Defer Duty Payments
  • CBP Announces that Importers of Garlic and Pipe Fittings are Evading AD and CVD Duties
  • Court of International Trade Assigns 3-Judge Panel

In Husch Blackwell’s February 2020 Trade Law Newsletter, you’ll learn about the following updates in international trade and supply chain law:

  • USTR announces increase in Section 301 tariffs for aircraft
  • Section 232 derivative product tariffs
  • Commerce initiates an AD investigation on imports of difluoromethane (R-32) from China
  • India removed from U.S. list of developing

In Husch Blackwell’s January 2020 Trade Law Newsletter, you’ll learn about the following updates in international trade and supply chain law.

  • President Trump Signs USMCA
  • Expansion of Section 232 Steel and Aluminum tariffs to cover certain derivative articles
  • U.S. and China Sign Phase One Trade Agreement
  • U.S., EU, and Japan Trade Ministers Issue Joint

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In Husch Blackwell’s December 2019 Trade Law Newsletter, you’ll learn about the following updates in international trade and supply chain law.

  • USMCA Passes House, Setting Stage for Vote in the Senate in 2020
  • U.S.-China Reach “Phase One” trade agreement
  • USTR Announces New Round of Product Exclusions
  • USTR to Expand List of EU Imports Subject

In Husch Blackwell’s November 2019 Trade Law Newsletter, you’ll learn about the following updates in international trade and supply chain law.

  • USTR Announces New Round of Product Exclusions
  • U.S.-China Trade Dispute Status Update
  • WTO Authorizes China to Impose Tariffs against U.S.
  • An update on U.S. Department of Commerce decisions
  • U.S. International Trade Commission –

In Husch Blackwell’s October 2019 Trade Law Newsletter, you’ll learn about the following updates in international trade and supply chain law.

  • The current and future status of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada agreement
  • Opening Day, start date and new list of excluded products for Section 301 List 4 exclusion process
  • ITC opens MTB process; petitions due by

In Husch Blackwell’s September 2019 Trade Newsletter you’ll find international trade and supply chain updates including presidential actions, U.S. Department of Commerce Decisions, U.S. International Trade Commission Proceedings, U.S. Customs & Border Protection Decisions, Court of International Trade Decisions, Federal Court of Appeals Decisions, and Export Controls and Sanctions.

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BIS Extends Huawei Temporary General License with Major Changes and Adds New Affiliates to Entity List

In May of 2019, the US Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (“BIS”) added Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. (“Huawei”) and sixty-eight of its affiliated companies to BIS’s Entity List.  These designations prohibit anyone, anywhere

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Summary of Decisions

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On August 1, 2019, the CIT remanded Commerce’s remand redetermination in the administrative review of carbon and certain alloy steel wire rod from Mexico. The court found that Commerce’s remand results did not comply with the court’s order and the decision by Commerce to apply a 40.52% AFA-rate to Plaintiff Deacero is unsupported by substantial evidence.

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On August 1, 2019, the court sustained Commerce’s remand redetermination in the first administrative review of steel concrete reinforcing bar from Mexico. The CIT found that Commerce’s decision not to collapse six non-producing fixed asset owning companies on remand complied with the court’s order and was supported by substantial evidence. Additionally, Commerce’s reliance on the cost experiences of the collapsed fixed asset owners to value the non-collapsed companies and decision not to apply total or partial facts available with an adverse inference to the respondent were sustained.


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Section 701/731 Proceedings

Investigations

  • Magnesium from Israel: On August 5, 2019, the ITC released the schedule of the final phase of Countervailing Duty and Antidumping Duty Investigations.
  • Fresh Tomatoes from Mexico: On August 7, 2019, the ITC released the schedule of the final phase of the Antidumping Duty Investigation.
  • Steel Propane Cylinders from the People’s Republic of China and Thailand: On August 9, 2019, the ITC released the final determinations for both the Antidumping Duty and Countervailing Duty Investigations.
  • Vertical Metal File Cabinets from the People’s Republic of China: On August 21, 2019, the ITC released the schedule of the final phase of the Countervailing Duty and Antidumping Duty Investigations.
  • Glycine from Thailand: On August 21, 2019, the ITC announced in its final determination that it would be terminating the Countervailing Duty Investigation.
  • Glycine from Thailand: On August 23, 2019, the ITC announced the final schedule of the final phase of the Antidumping Duty Investigation.
  • Acetone from Belgium, Korea, Singapore, South Africa, and Spain: On August 26, 2019, the ITC released the schedule of the final phase of the Antidumping Duty Investigation.
  • Carbon and Alloy Steel Threaded Rod from the People’s Republic of China, India, Taiwan, and Thailand: On August 27, 2019, the ITC released the schedule of the final phase of the Countervailing Duty and Antidumping Duty Investigations.
  • Steel Trailer Wheels from the People’s Republic of China: On August 28, 2019, the ITC announced in its final determination that imports of the subject merchandise have caused material injury to a U.S. industry.


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