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IMPORTANT NOTICE – China Duty Exclusions Set to Expire Soon

July 22, 2020

Importers should take note that a large number of China duty exclusions are set to expire on August 7th and if not extended this would mean that goods currently excluded from the additional China duties would start being subject to the 25% additional duty on entries filed after the August 7th date. While the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office is currently reviewing these exclusions and “may” extend some of the exclusions at this time there is no way to know for sure. We are hopeful that the extensions will be announced in the next week or two but it might be right up to the deadline before the status is known.

We are closely monitoring this situation and will provide updates regarding an extensions as soon as they are announced. If you need help with this or have questions please contact us at

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