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Exclusion process for List 3 Section 301 tariffs begin Sunday

On Monday, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) released instructions regarding the exclusion process for Chinese products on List 3 ($200 billion) of the Section 301 tariffs. USTR states that the web portal for submitting exclusion requests will open on Sunday, June 30, 2019, at 12:00 p.m. ET and close on Monday, Sep. 30, 2019. The Federal Register notice released by USTR provides detailed instructions for ...

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NMMA, coalition partners participate in new tariff hearings

Yesterday, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) held the first day of hearings regarding proposed Section 301 tariffs on approximately $300 billion worth of Chinese products (List 4). Held at the International Trade Commission, NMMA participated by bringing items that would be affected by the administration's newest round of proposed tariffs. NMMA was joined by representatives from the ...

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NMMA to host webinar on Section 301 tariffs

NMMA will host a webinar on Monday, June 10 at 11:00am ET to provide a full accounting of the recent actions on Section 301 tariffs targeting Chinese imports. Following a setback in trade negotiations between the U.S. and China, the Trump administration raised its 10% tariff on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods (List 3) to 25% - with items ...

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Correct Craft hosts meeting with Congressman Darren Soto

Correct Craft, in partnership with the National Association of Manufacturers and the National Marine Manufacturers Association, hosted a meeting with U.S. Representative Darren Soto. After touring Correct Craft’s Nautique boat building plant, Congressman Soto and Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin discussed various national issues and how they impact Correct Craft, the boating industry and the broader business community. NAM representatives ...

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U.S. Trade Representative announces exclusion process for list 3 of Section 301 tariffs

The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) released the first details regarding the exclusion process for Chinese products on List 3 ($200 billion) of the Section 301 duties. USTR had previously stated that an exclusion process for List 3 was to be implemented along with the increase in the tariff rate from 10 percent to 25 percent. The Federal Register notice released by ...

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NMMA offers guidance on requesting exclusion from Section 301 tariffs

NMMA is notifying members of an opportunity to request relief from the first tranche of Section 301 tariffs on $34 billion in goods imported from China. Back in July, the U.S. government began imposing a 25 percent tariff on select Chinese products – including propellers, hydro jet engines, combustion engines, fuel injection pumps, manufacturing machinery, antenna receivers, display monitors, and ...

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NMMA sounds alarm over new Section 301 tariffs

The Trump Administration announced Monday it will impose a 10 percent tariff on an additional $200 billion worth of Chinese goods starting Monday, Sept. 24 and raise it to 25 percent at the beginning of 2019. Leading up to the formal decision, the National Marine Manufacturers Association and its members encouraged the administration to forgo this tranche of tariffs in ...

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Trailer, boat manufacturers will join NMMA at tariff hearing

This week, National Marine Manufacturers Association Senior Vice President of Government Relations and Legal Affairs Nicole Vasilaros will join NMMA members Magic Tilt Trailers and Sea Eagle Boats in testifying at a U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) hearing regarding the administration's proposed 10 to 25 percent tariff on $200 billion in Chinese products. While USTR is no longer accepting requests to ...

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NMMA recaps Section 301 tariff developments

There have been several changes on the Section 301 tariffs front since August 1. While the  National Marine Manufacturers Association continues to caution against further escalating the trade conflict, some recent actions are encouraging. On Tuesday, the Trump administration announced their final list of $16 billion in Chinese products that will face a 25 percent tariff starting August 23. The ...

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NMMA provides industry update on trade, tariffs

The National Marine Manufacturers Association hosted a webinar last Wednesday to discuss the rapidly evolving trade situation. While some developments have been positive, the recreational boating industry is still facing significant pressure, and NMMA is calling on all stakeholders to take action. Last week, NMMA celebrated legislation introduced by Representative Seth Mouton (D-MA-6) that would help marine manufacturers targeted by retaliatory ...

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