By Dan Harris For the last year, the most common question asked of both our China lawyers and our international trade lawyers has been: When will the US-China trad war end. President Trump’s announcement yesterday that the U.S. will be putting a 10% tariff on all Chinese goods not yet tariffed partially answers that question. My full answer (which […]
By Adams Lee With the United States and China both announcing yet another round of increased and new tariffs, we wanted to summarize what has happened in the earlier rounds of tariffs and highlight a few items and upcoming deadlines U.S. companies can do to address this latest round of tariffs.
By Adams Lee The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) formally published a notice in the Federal Register (this means it is official) confirming President Trump’s by now famous weekend tweet: U.S. imports of Chinese products, valued at $200 billion, that have been subject to 10 percent tariff since September 24, 2018, will now be subject to a […]
By Renaud Anjoran Based on all the articles I have read about the current geopolitical situation, I am not optimistic about the affect of the US-China trade war on American importers. Dan Harris, who wrote “the US-China Cold War start now,” announced that a “mega-storm” might be coming, and he may be right.