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USDA Warns Canada-EU Trade Agreement Could Impact Us Alcohol Beverage Exports
US exporters of alcohol beverages to Canada will soon face stiffer competition from their European rivals.
United States
31 Mar 2017
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Duty Savings Opportunity On Imported Scientific Instruments For Research Institutions
McDermott's International Trade Practice lawyers are very familiar with CBP regulations and can help institutions potentially interested in taking advantage of the provisions of the Florence Agreement.
United States
12 Aug 2016
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US Treasury And Commerce Departments Announce New Changes To Cuba Regulations
On January 25, 2016, the US Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control and the US Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security announced new changes to existing US sanctions on Cuba...
United States
1 Feb 2016
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United States And European Union Ease Trade Sanctions Against Iran Pursuant To Nuclear Agreement
In line with its commitments under the JCPOA, the United States has lifted its nuclear-related sanctions against Iran.
Worldwide
21 Jan 2016
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P5+1 Reach Framework Agreement With Iran
The parameters announced on April 2, 2015, for a JCPOA by the P5+1 and Iran do not immediately relieve, suspend or terminate any sanctions on Iran.
Worldwide
8 Apr 2015
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United States Changes Policy On Cuba
As widely reported, President Obama announced on December 17, 2014, significant changes to U.S. policy relating to Cuba.
United States
24 Dec 2014
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New Ukraine-Related Sanctions Imposed on Russian Interests
On July 16, 2014, the Obama Administration responded further to developments in Ukraine by imposing another new round of sanctions on Russian, Ukrainian and Crimean parties.
United States
19 Jul 2014
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New G-7 Sanctions Against Russia
The United States, in coordination with other G-7 nations, announced new sanctions on individuals and entities with ties to the Russian government.
United States
1 May 2014
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Trade Sanctions Imposed In Response To Events In Ukraine
For any Firm clients with interests in Russia or Ukraine, the events of the past several weeks and sanctions imposed by the United States, the European Union (EU), Switzerland, Canada and others may impact their business.
Worldwide
22 Mar 2014
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U.S. Government To Investigate India’s Trade And Investment Restrictions
In response to escalating trade and investment restrictions by the Government of India, the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance and House Committee on Ways and Means have asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to investigate the impact of India's protectionist trade policies on U.S. exports and investments.
United States
11 Sep 2013
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U.S. Whistleblower Recovers Large Sum From Antidumping Duty Evasion
The False Claims Act may furnish a powerful new tool for U.S. producers that believe their foreign competitors are evading antidumping/countervailing duty or other customs duties by misclassifying imports or misrepresenting their valuation or origin.
United States
27 Feb 2013
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Increasing ‘Extraterritorial’ Application Of U.S. Trade Control Laws To Non-U.S. Businesses
The U.S. Government has strengthened economic sanctions against Iran and has increasingly enforced these laws against third-country companies that do business with Iran.
United States
13 Nov 2012
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New Court Ruling Renders U.S. Anti-Subsidy Law Inapplicable To China
A U.S. Federal Court has ruled that existing law does not allow U.S. companies to seek relief against imported goods from China that benefit from Chinese government subsidies.
United States
2 Jan 2012
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New Sanctions Against Libya
In response to the increasingly violent response by the Qadhafi regime to the protests and revolution occurring in Libya, the international community has responded with a series of new trade sanctions against Libya aimed at Colonel Qadhafi, his family and associates, and his government.
United States
7 Mar 2011
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Department of Commerce Seeks Comments for Amending Rules in Antidumping Proceedings
The U.S. Department of Commerce has published two notices requesting comments on proposals to amend its rules in antidumping proceedings with regard to whether to grant separate rates to exporters in proceedings involving non-market economy countries, such as China, and how to "sample" respondents in proceedings involving large numbers of producers and exporters.
United States
22 Dec 2010
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The New Congress and Trade: Expectations on Export Controls Reform
The Obama Administration is expected to make international trade policy a higher priority next year, but one of the Administration’s key trade objectives – reforming U.S. export controls – may be derailed by the new Congress.
United States
23 Nov 2010
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From Deepsouth Shrimp to Microsoft Windows: Exporting Components of Patented Inventions under 35 U.S.C. § 271(f)
For many years Congress and the courts have struggled to maintain the delicate balance between encouraging innovation via the patent laws on the one hand, and using those same laws to stifle the development and marketing of products in the United States on the other.
United States
4 Oct 2005
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New Rules Address Due Diligence Required for Export Transactions
United States exports of weapons and other Munitions List items remain subject to strict licensing requirements under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) administered by the U.S. State Department.
United States
23 Feb 2005
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Patent Infringement as an Unfair Trade Practice: Section 337 Proceedings before the U.S. International Trade Commission
Over the last four and a half years the United States has lost over 3 million manufacturing jobs to locations outside the United States. For the first half of 2004 the U.S. trade deficit for manufactured goods increased 16% over 2003 to $252 billion.
United States
23 Feb 2005
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Sanctions Lifted Against Libya, Imposed Against Syria And Enforced Against Bobby Fischer: What’s Going on?
The two primary U.S. agencies charged with administering and enforcing U.S. sanctions and export control policies are the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS).
United States
9 Sep 2004
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