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Duty Exclusion Feedback Urgently Needed

May, 11 2020

U.S. Trade Representative’s Office Seeking Comments on China Duty Exclusions

From now until June 8th importers may submit comments to the USTR concerning the China duty exclusions that are scheduled to expire in August. If the USTR does not extend those exclusions they would end at that time. It is critical that importers impacted by these additional tariffs send their comments for consideration as the more positive the comments the more likely they are to extend the duty exclusions. Please review article linked below for more details and how to submit your comments to the USTR.

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