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Section 301 Exclusion Extensions. Maybe?

The USTR is considering re-opening product exclusions for the 549 exclusions, which mostly expired by December 31, 2020. Comments are due by December 1, 2021.

Details are in the Federal Register notice. This is different from re-opening exclusion requests entirely, but there is some overlap. More information is available on the USTR website (Reinstatement of Certain Exclusions Previously Extended), including a form with the required information.

Have questions about Section 301 Exclusion Extensions?

If you have questions about the USTR’s renewed interest in exclusions and exclusion extensions for Section 30 one duties from China, contact Great Lakes Customs Law today!

Section 301 Exclusion Extensions. Maybe?

The USTR is considering re-opening product exclusions for the 549 exclusions, which mostly expired by December 31, 2020. Comments are due by December 1, 2021.

Details are in the Federal Register notice. This is different from re-opening exclusion requests entirely, but there is some overlap. More information is available on the USTR website (Reinstatement of Certain Exclusions Previously Extended), including a form with the required information.

Have questions about Section 301 Exclusion Extensions?

If you have questions about the USTR’s renewed interest in exclusions and exclusion extensions for Section 30 one duties from China, contact Great Lakes Customs Law today!

Section 301 China Tariff Exclusions (October 2021)

The current U.S. Trade Representative, Katherine Tai, is expected to publicly announce a new Section 301 exclusion process that would allow companies to request that certain products be exempt from Section 301 China tariffs. Details will be made available on our website once an official announcement and more details are made available. Here is Ambassador Tai’s presentation where she laid out her thinking on the status of U.S.-China trade: