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- 04/15/18--20:35: _Trump Trade Agenda
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- 04/15/18--20:35: Trump Trade Agenda
- 04/26/18--10:21: GSP is Back! What To Do
- 06/11/18--08:43: Have US Tariffs Launched a Trade War?
- 06/25/18--09:29: Is Your Company Affected by the Trump Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum?
- 07/23/18--07:26: Trade Watch 2018: UK Brexit Proposal
- 07/29/18--09:32: UK Brexit Proposal on Trade in Goods
- 08/07/18--13:21: UK Brexit Proposal: Services and Investment
The Trump trade agenda is in the news. Since January (2018), the Trump Administration has imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, started a trade war with China, and re-negotiated the 6-year old Korea-US Free Trade Agreement (KORUS). The Administration also continues NAFTA re-negotiations and most recently is considering having the U.S. re-join the Trans […]
GSP is back! As of April 22, 2018 importers can once again take advantage of the retroactive renewal of the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) program. This means: Entering GSP-eligible products without having to pay duties; and Claiming refunds for duties paid while the program was lapsed (January 1, 2018 – April 21, 2018) Entering […]
Should the system of investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) be reformed? That is the question being considered by the United Nations Commission on Trade Law (UNCITRAL). ISDS provisions are contained in about 3,000 investment treaties and investment chapters of free trade agreements. The provisions permit a foreign investor in the form of a company or individual […]
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Citing national security concerns, in March (2018) the Trump Administration imposed a 25% duty on steel imports and a 10% duty on aluminum imports. Have US tariffs launched a trade war? Or is it clever use of a negotiating tactic by the Administration? Negotiations Using the threat of the tariffs, the Trump Administration received commitments […]
Citing national security concerns the Trump Administration has imposed an additional 25% duty on steel mill and a 10% duty on aluminum articles imported into the United States. As of June 1, 2018, imports from all countries, with 4 exceptions, are subject to the additional tax. Is your company affected by the Trump tariffs on steel […]
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The British government’s proposal for the United Kingdom’s post-Brexit relationship with the European Union has pleased neither the Brexiters nor the EU. It is easy to understand why. The White Paper, The Future Relationship Between the UK and the European Union, boldly proposes that the UK leave the EU while keeping those aspects of EU […]
The EU’s Chief Brexit Negotiator has decisively rejected the United Kingdom’s proposal to manage its post-Brexit trade in goods with the EU. The UK’s White Paper – “The Future Relationship Between the United Kingdom and the European Union”proposes the creation of a “deep and comprehensive economic partnership” between the EU and the UK. (Click here […]
UK Brexit Proposal: Services and Investment Freedom of businesses and professionals to provide services anywhere within the European Union(EU) is a core principle governing the EU Single Market for Services. And the EU single market has been good to UK service providers – UK firms provided over 14% EU audit and accountancy imports in […]