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Trump’s Tariffs: Sections 201, 232, and 301: What You Need to Know

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Website https://worldcomplianceseminars.com/upcoming_webinar | Edit Freely

Category Imports, exports, business, Accounts, law

Deadline: February 18, 2020 | Date: February 18, 2020

Venue/Country: Online Webinar, U.S.A

Updated: 2020-01-04 18:50:03 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Overview:

The President’s recent tariff actions raise a number of significant issues for Congress. These issues include the economic effects of tariffs on firms, farmers, and workers, and the overall U.S. economy, the appropriate use of delegated authorities in line with congressional intent, and the potential implications and impact of these measures for broader U.S. trade policy, particularly with respect to the U.S. role in the global trading system.

Session Highlights:

• Overview of recent tariff actions

• What are the goals of the President’s tariff actions and why are these actions of note?

• What are Section 201, Section 232, and Section 301?

• Which countries are affected by the tariff increases?

• Why is China a major focus of the Administration’s action?

• Scale and scope of U.S. and retaliatory tariffs

• What U.S. imports are included in the tariff actions?

• What U.S. exports face retaliatory tariff measures?

• What exemptions are allowed from the tariffs imposed to date?

• How many product exclusion requests have been made?

• Examples of U.S. producers benefitting or being harmed by the tariffs

• Relation to WTO and U.S. trade agreements

Speaker:

Martin is a customs and international trade lawyer admitted to practice in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, and before the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey and the U.S. Court of International Trade


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