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US Trade Representative’s Office Announces Duty Exclusion Extensions, More Expected Soon

July 30, 2020

The USTR recently announced some extensions on China duty exclusions for items on List 2. Those exclusions were scheduled to expire on July 31st so once again this was cut quite close. For more details about the extended items please see the article from GDLSK at the link below. We are closely monitoring the actions of the USTR as many exclusions are expiring on Aug. 7th and we remain hopeful that many items will be extended in the coming days. Stay tuned for more details.

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