Taxes, Tariffs & Trade

March at-a-glance…taxes, tariffs & trade

In early March, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) released the Biden administration’s 2021 Trade Policy Agenda and 2020 Annual […]


03.25.2021

February at-a-glance…taxes, tariffs & trade

Following the United Kingdom’s (U.K.) departure from the European Union (EU) the EU and U.K. have put in place a […]


02.25.2021

January at-a-glance…taxes, tariffs & trade

NAFEM members impacted by list 4A of the Section 301 tariffs on Chinese imports that are subject to a 7.5 […]


01.28.2021

December at-a-glance…taxes, tariffs & trade

President-elect Biden has said his focus will be “domestic first” before turning his attention to trade deals abroad. To help […]


12.22.2020

IRS requests input on COVID-19 tax relief

On Tuesday, Nov. 17, the IRS published a proposed rule asking for comments on regulatory relief it should consider to […]


11.20.2020

October at-a-glance…taxes, tariffs & trade

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) recently clarified that the United States – Mexico – Canada Agreement (USMCA) removed the […]


10.29.2020

Onshoring manufacturing presents opportunities and challenges

Keeping members informed about the complex issues of U.S. taxes, tariffs and trade is one of pillars of NAFEM’s advocacy […]


10.29.2020

September at-a-glance…taxes, tariffs and trade

The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) is reviewing comments to its proposed rule that would make it more difficult to […]


09.24.2020

Goods produced in Hong Kong must now be labeled “produced in China”

On July 14, President Trump signed an Executive Order on Hong Kong Normalization that makes imported goods produced in Hong […]


08.27.2020

Counterfeits cost jobs: The real threat of fake products

Fake and counterfeit products cost the U.S. $131 billion and 325,000 jobs in 2019, according to the National Association of […]


08.27.2020