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Category Archive: Trade Policy

C-TPAT Twofer

Category: Trade Policy

US, EU agree to recognize each other’s trusted traders: C-TPAT, AEO members by Peter Quinter, guest columnist US Customs and Border Protection’s very successful Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program has over 12,000 members in the United States. Most C-TPAT members are importers and customs brokers, but terminal operators and air and…

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China Digs into US Green Subsidies

Category: Trade Policy

Is China’s polysilicon investigation just a retaliatory move – or does it open a new issue? China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) last week announced the launch of antidumping and countervailing investigations into solar-grade polysilicon imports from the US. China will also be looking into charges that South Korea has…

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US, China Trade Tit for Tat

Category: Trade Policy

US files WTO complaint against Chinese tariffs on American-made automobiles The Obama Administration has challenged China’s antidumping and countervailing duties on cars manufactured in the US with a request for “dispute settlement consultations” at the World Trade Organization. The countries now have 60 days to talk about it –…

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A Better-Balanced CBP Regulation

Category: Trade Policy

Intent is to protect the rights of trademark holders and legitimate importers by Peter Quinter, guest columnist Finally, after years of debate, on April 24 Customs and Border Protection (CBP) amended its regulations regarding the detention and seizure of suspected imported counterfeit merchandise. In my opinion, it provides a good balance between…

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EU Files against Argentina

Category: Trade Policy

Request for consultations on import restrictions formally opens WTO dispute The EU today requested consultations with Argentina on that country’s import restrictive measures. The request is the first step in bringing a dispute to the World Trade Organization for resolution. The EU and Argentina now have 60 days to talk things…

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Getting Out of Detention

Category: Trade Policy

Clearing red-listed seafood through the FDA? There’s a procedure for that. by Peter Quinter, guest columnist The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issues “Import Alerts” almost daily. A recent one that affects many seafood importers is Import Alert #16-81, issued May 1 and entitled “Detention without Physical Examination of…

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Argentine Perishables to Wilt

Category: Trade Policy

Brazil retaliates in response to Mercosur partner’s protectionist policies Reuters reports that Brazil will end automatic import licensing for 10 perishable products from Argentina, including apples, raisins, potatoes, wheat flour, and some cheeses and wines. The policy change, which will take a couple of months to implement, is…

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Fair Trade: Sustainable Trend?

Category: Trade Policy

Consumers are willing, but divorce divides the movement by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor Poverty has historically been the lot of small-holding farmers in developing countries. The fair trade movement seeks to change that by appealing to global consumers to pay a premium for some products with the promise that the extra…

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Colombia-US FTA Set to Go

Category: Trade Policy

With labor issues resolved, tariffs on US exports will fall starting May 15 The Summit of the Americas ended on a minor key, with headlines zeroing in on the continued exclusion of Cuba at the instance of the US and the bad behavior of US agents, while twitter comments…

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No Winner in Chinese Solar Case

Category: Trade Policy

Commerce finds countervailable subsidies, but will tariff help US industry? The  Department of Commerce last week announced its preliminary determination that certain Chinese producers/exporters of crystalline silicon photovoltaic (CSPV) cells have indeed received countervailable (albeit low) subsidies, with 2.90% going to Wuxi Suntech Power Co., Ltd.,  and  4.73% to Changzhou Trina…

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