Nearly All China List 3 Tariff Exclusions Being Considered For Extension

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Nearly All China List 3 Tariff Exclusions Being Considered For Extension

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06-May-20

Nearly All China List 3 Tariff Exclusions Being Considered For Extension

An extension for up to 12 months of almost all the exclusions granted thus far from the 301 China Tariff on List #3 is under consideration by the Office of the U.S Trade Representative. Comments may be submitted until June 8.

List 3 goods were subject to an additional 10 percent tariff beginning Sept 24, 2018 and then increased to 25 percent as of May 10, 2019. Since August 2019 USTR has issued 11 sets of exclusions from this tariff, all of which are set to expire August 7th.

USTR is now considering an extension of these exclusions and will evaluate each on a case by case basis. The focus of the evaluation will be whether the product at issue remains available only from China.

Contact John S. Connor Compliance team at [compliance@jsconnor.com] for further information.