Russia has amassed more than 100,000 troops at the Ukrainian border, leading the White House to issue a warning on January 25 that the U.S. is “prepared to implement sanctions with massive consequences that were not considered in 2014 [when Russia invaded and annexed the Crimea region of Ukraine]” if Russia “further invades Ukraine”.  President

On October 31, 2021, the Secretary of Commerce and United States Trade Representative released a statement confirming that the United States and the European Union (EU) have come to an agreement (Agreement) that will modify the current section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.

In Husch Blackwell’s October 2021 Trade Law Newsletter, you’ll learn about the following updates in international trade and supply chain law:

  • The U.S. and EU struck a deal on steel and aluminum tariffs
  • The U.S. Department of Commerce published a new set of AD/CVD regulations governing a multitude of administrative proceedings
  • The Port of

The United States and European Union (“EU”) announced a “cooperative framework” to address and potentially resolve their long-running dispute over large civil aircraft subsidies, also commonly known as the BoeingAirbus or Large Civil Aircraft disputes.  Originally initiated in 2004 when the U.S. filed a case at the World Trade Organization (“WTO”)

The United States Trade Representative (“USTR”) Katherine Tai announced 25% additional tariffs on approximately $2 billion worth of imported goods from Austria, India, Italy, Spain, Turkey, and the United Kingdom (“UK”), which have adopted Digital Service Taxes (“DSTs”).  However, USTR also immediately suspended the tariffs for 180 days to provide additional time for ongoing multilateral

In a joint statement released by the Office of the United States Trade Representative (“USTR”), the U.S. and European Union (“EU”) have agreed to temporarily suspend the additional tariffs from the Large Civil Aircraft Dispute. Goods imported from EU countries, including dairy products and liquors, will temporarily not be subject to the additional 25 percent

The U.S. Trade Representative (“USTR”) in consultation with relevant U.S. industry issued a notice stating that it is “unnecessary” to revise the Section 301 tariffs related to large civil aircraft subsidies provided by the European Union. The notice states that USTR will “continue to consider the action taken in the investigation” but can be understood

The U.S. Trade Representative (“USTR”) is indefinitely suspending the Section 301 tariffs on certain handbags and cosmetics from France resulting from the investigation into France’s Digital Services Tax (“DST”). These additional tariffs were announced by USTR in July 2020 and were scheduled to go into effect on January 6, 2021. USTR is suspending the tariffs

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

  • USTR announced the first USMCA enforcement action to address Canada’s tariff-rate quotas for dairy products
  • The USITC began monitoring imports of strawberries and bell peppers at USTR’s request
  • The United Kingdom and European

As previously reported, since October 18, 2019 the U.S. has imposed additional duties on various European origin goods (including aircraft, certain textiles and wearing apparel, hardware, cheeses, and other agricultural goods) due the ongoing Large Civil Aircraft (LCA) dispute with the European Union (EU).

On December 30, 2020, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) announced