Aug 22

What You Can Do If Your Company is Impacted by Section 301 Tariffs on Chinese-Origin Imports


The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) has recently opened up a process to apply for exclusions from products listed on its Section 301 “List 3,” which contains a set of Chinese-origin products currently subject to 25 percent ad valorem tariffs imposed by the U.S. government. Submissions for Section 301 product-based exclusions are being accepted by USTR through September 30th.
This presentation will provide an overview of both the Section 301 product exclusion process and key tariff-mitigation strategies available to your company moving forward.

You will have the opportunity to listen to two speakers from Baker Donelson:

Alan Enslen
Shareholder at Baker Donelson
He leads the firm’s International Trade and National Security Practice and is a member of the Global Business Team. He focuses his practice on international trade strategies, government investigations and regulatory enforcement, and global trade disputes in the commercial and defense sectors.

Julius Bodie
Associate at Baker Donelson
Julius is a member of Baker Donelson’s Global Business Team and the International Trade Practice, focusing on international trade laws and regulatory compliance.


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