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07/09/2014
CBP Proposes Obstacles to “First Sale”
U.S. Customs and Border Protection proposed this week potentially far-reaching changes that could make it more difficult for importers to substantiate claims under the cost-saving First Sale Rule.
06/03/2014
New AD/CV Duties Sought On Passenger Vehicle and Light Truck Tires from China
A petition filed June 3 alleges that certain passenger vehicle and light truck tires from China are being sold at less than fair value and also benefit from countervailable subsidies. The alleged dumping margins range from 45.25% to 60.15%, and 41 countervailable subsidy programs are alleged.
05/29/2014
New AD/CV Duties Sought On Steel Nails from Seven Countries
A petition filed May 29 alleges that certain steel nails from India, Korea, Malaysia, Oman, Taiwan, Turkey and Vietnam are being sold at less than fair value and also benefit from countervailable subsidies. The alleged dumping margins are as follows.
04/28/2014
New AD/CV Duties Sought On 53-Foot Containers from China
A petition filed April 23 alleges that 53-foot domestic dry containers from China are being dumped below cost in the U.S. market and are also benefiting from countervailable subsidies. The alleged dumping margin is 90.39%. Petitioner Stoughton Trailers LLC, which describes itself as the sole U.S. producer of domestic containers, has requested that Thailand be used as a surrogate country for purposes of valuing Chinese producers’ factors of production.
04/21/2014
Maquilas Can Begin Applying for Certification for VAT Tax Credit
The Mexican tax authority has begun accepting applications from maquiladoras for certification that will ease the burden of a tax reform law that took effect Jan. 1, 2014. Applications may be submitted at various times during the year depending on where in Mexico the maquila is located.
04/17/2014
Food Supply Chain Members Urged to Prepare for New Sanitary Transport Regulations
Shippers, carriers, receivers, foreign exporters and others in the food supply chain should act now to evaluate how broad new regulatory requirements for sanitary transportation recently proposed by the Food and Drug Administration could affect their operations. Interested parties also have until May 31 to submit comments on the proposed rule, including recommendations for further changes. Members of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg’s FDA regulatory and life sciences practice are available to assist with either of these efforts.

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