Tariffs

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China to Stop GSP Certificate of Origin for Goods to EAEU

On September 23, China’s General Administration of Customs announced (link in Chinese) that it would stop issuing the Generalized System of Preference (GSP) Certificates of Origin for exports shipped to the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), effective on October 12, 2021. The EAEU is an economic union of Armenia, Belarus,

China Again Extends Tariff Exemptions for U.S. Goods

On September 16, China’s Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council announced on its website that China will extend tariff exemptions for 81 products imported from the United States by seven months. This is the fifth time that China has extended tariff exemptions for U.S. goods. In the

China Further Curbs Steel Exports

On July 29, China announced that it would again adjust the export tariffs for certain steel products (including ferrochrome and high-purity pig iron), and cancel export tax rebates for some steel products (including cold-rolled products and hot-dipped galvanized coil). The decisions were announced through two separate notices and will take

Deputy USTR Nominee Sarah Bianchi on Tariffs against China and Chinese Digital Trade Regulation

At a Senate Finance Committee hearing on the nominations of several Biden administration officials, Senator Ron Wyden asked Sarah Bianchi, one of the Biden administration's nominees for Deputy U.S. Trade Representative, some questions about U.S. trade policy as it relates to China. The first question was about the
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