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  • Writer's pictureStephen Fodor

Are Your Missing Out on Duty Refunds?

As many companies know, the United States Trade Representative's (USTR) office has extended most of the Section 301 (China duty) exclusions through September 2023. In the past few months we have helped our customers recover in excess of $500,000 in refunds and have many hundreds of thousands of dollars of refunds pending Customs approval. Is your company getting the refunds they are owed?

The China duty exclusions can be a bit tough to decipher and some importers are afraid to file refund claims for fear that their products will not qualify. With our experience in the process we are here to help!

Information regarding the duty exclusions available can be found at the STR Trade website HERE. If you believe your products may qualify you can contact me at for a no-cost, no-obligation review. Don't miss out!

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