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  • Writer's pictureStephen Fodor

China Duties; Have Your Voice Heard!

The US Trade Representative's (USTR) office has confirmed that importers and other interested parties will be allowed to provide their comments regarding the additional duties on products from China (Section 301 duties) starting Nov. 15th. These additional duties, ranging from 7.5% up to 25% have been in effect for several years and are costing U.S. importers and consumers hundreds of millions in added costs for imported products.

A good article on this topic can be found HERE. The official USTR announcement can be found HERE.

If you have any questions regarding China duties or any other import related topics please contact me at

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