Welcome to the September 2020 edition of Baker McKenzie’s International Trade Compliance Update.
Here are the highlights:
- WTO: COVID-19 notifications, TBT notifications, DSB activities
- WCO: events and news
- CITES: notifications
- FAS GAIN Reports: Global Agriculture Information Network (GAIN) reports that were recently issued by the US Foreign Agriculture Service (FAS)
- Canada: Countermeasures against US sec. 232 tariffs, regulations, orders and proposals, CUSMA implementation statement, exports to Hong Kong, customs notices, D-Memoranda, AD/CVD cases
- Mexico: Diario Oficial, AD/CVD cases
- United States: Presidential documents, executive orders on TikTok and WeChat, continuation of export control emergency, proclamation on aluminum adjustments assessing 10% tariff on Canadian non-alloyed unwrought aluminum; USTR schedules hearing on China’s and Russia’s WTO commitments; USITC files report on miscellaneous tariff provisions, USITC investigations, secs. 232 and 301 updates, CBP guidance on sec. 232 and 301 matters, CBP travel restrictions to Canada and Mexico, cultural property restrictions, Hong Kong origin marking, inbound express mail fees, CSMS messages, foreign trade zone orders, FEMA export restrictions, private charters to Cuba suspended, OFAC rules, BIS additions to the Entity List, Huawei updates, unmanned aerial system exports, exports to Hong Kong updates; CPSC, FDA, USDA and other agency updates, ADD/CVD cases
- Australia: Customs notices, AD/CVD cases
- China: Guidance on retaliatory tariffs and exclusion process, notices, AD/CVD cases
- India: CBIC and DGFT notifications, AD/CVD cases
- Europe: Belarus sanctions, new Dutch declaration system, OJ documents, sanctions and restrictive measures updates, EFTA documents, UK, Turkey and Ukraine updates, AD/CVD cases
- Eurasian Economic Union: Unified customs tariff and nomenclature revisions
- South Africa: tariff and rules amendments
Plus links to newsletters, client alerts, webinars and events.