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The first wave of retaliatory tariffs against certain Chinese-origin goods (the so-called Section 301 duties) are set to terminate under the Trade Act of 1974 (“Trade Act”). By statute, the measures terminate after 4 years unless an affected party benefitting from the tariffs submits a request to the United States Trade Representative (“USTR”) that the action be continued within the final 60-days of the 4-year period. Once such a request is submitted, the USTR must…

The US Trade Representative (“USTR”) announced that it is seeking comments concerning the operation of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (“USMCA”) with respect to automotive goods, including the implementation and enforcement of the USMCA rules of origin for automotive goods. Producers of automotive goods, labor organizations, and other interested parties should consider submitting comments to USTR, which are due March 28, 2022. Background The USMCA Implementation Act requires the USTR, in consultation with the Interagency Committee…

Baker McKenzie’s Global Compliance News Blog published “Global: 2022: International Trade Developments in a Challenging New World,” which can be viewed here.

Baker McKenzie’s Global Supply Chain Compliance Blog published “United States: US Customs and Border Protection issues FAQs on Forced Labor Reiterating Commitment to Enforcement and Encouraging Companies to Implement Compliance Programs,” which can be viewed here.

Baker McKenzie’s Global Supply Chain Compliance Blog published “US Customs and Border Protection Issues FAQs on Forced Labor Reiterating Commitment to Enforcement and Encouraging Companies to Implement Compliance Programs,” which can be viewed here.

Baker McKenzie’s Global Compliance News Blog published “Multijurisdictional: 2021 Virtual Global Trade Conference,” which can be viewed here.