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Import Update, Corvid19 Virus Impact

March 30, 2020

COVID19 Virus Impact Update

Importers Encouraged to Review Their Imported Products to Determine if Any May Be Eligible for Duty Refunds

  • The USTR continues to report new China duty exclusions and more products are now eligible for these exclusions. Importers of excluded products may obtain refunds of duty paid on previous imports but MUST ACT QUICKLY as some refunds can become time-barred. Contact our office for assistance with this process. We’ve helped our clients recover millions of dollars in previously paid duties in the past few months.

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