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WCO News - October 2016 Edition

This edition of WCO News features a special dossier on the 2016 Council Sessions, in particular the latest developments in the core WCO areas of work: tariff and trade affairs, trade facilitation, enforcement, and capacity building. 110 more words


Americans Aren’t the Ones Who Should Be Mad about Chinese “Dumping”

One of the few issues upon which Clinton and Trump seemed capable of agreement in the second debate was that cheap steel from China was hurting America. 621 more words


DOC Changes To Higher Tariffs on Truck Tires Imported From China

The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has admitted to a miscalculation in its preliminary anti-dumping tariff rate for truck and bus tires imported from China. As a result, the rates for every manufacturer and importer are increasing to 30.36%, which is nearly 10 points higher than the initial calculation. 352 more words

DOC Finds No Evidence of Dumping in Preliminary Investigation of India Made OTR Tires

There is no evidence that off-the-road tire makers in India have sold products in the U.S. at less-than-fair-market prices, the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) says. 263 more words

4G Kurukshetra or 4G Wars

After Reliance Storm its battle of the tarrifs & Expanding User-base. To compete against Reliance Jio’s free data offer, Airtel has launched a new 90 day ‘free’ data plan for its prepaid 4G users. 728 more words


Miscellaneous Tariff Bills -- Hope Becoming Reality II

Dear Friends,

Just a brief reminder that the MTB process is scheduled to begin in less than a month.  The U.S. International Trade Commission will begin accepting petitions for duty suspension/reduction on qualifying articles October 14, 2016.  182 more words


NPA Set To Review Port Tariff

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has said that the tariffs charged at ports would be reviewed upward and downward in order to encourage competition and more ship traffic to the seaports. 201 more words