U.S. Miscellaneous Trade Bill Temporarily Reduces Duty for Some Imports

On September 13, 2018, Miscellaneous Tariff Bill (MTB) of 2018 was signed into the law by the President. Included in the bill are temporary duty reductions for certain products imported into the U.S. between October 13th, 2018 and December 31st, 2020. This type of trade bill is used for products that are designated ‘non-controversial’ or…

U.S. Confirms 25% Duty on $16 Billion of Additional Chinese Products

Based on its Section 301 investigation into Chinese trade practices, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) has confirmed it will implement a 25% duty on a second list (‘List 2’) of Chinese products valued at $16 billion. The updated list of Chinese products covered by this second phase is available here.  This second…

China Announces Retaliatory 25% Tariffs on U.S. Products

In response to the United States decision to implement a 25% tariff (duty) against some Chinese products, the Chinese State Council’s commission on tariffs and customs has announced a list of US – origin products that will be subject to an additional 25% duty effective July 6, 2018. The list (List 1) provided by the…

Delmar Duty Recovery Contingency Program

Recover duties, where applicable, and minimize your duty spend under Delmar’s Contingency Duty Recovery and Minimization Program. Effectively limit duty costs that affect your bottom line by benefitting from a no-cost, no-risk contingency review that looks to apply classification, origin, and valuation planning opportunities as well special customs’ “programs” tailored to meet your specific fact…