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February 24, 2020
China to remove tariffs on U.S. hardwoods
Based on reports from the Agricultural Specialist at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing as well as the Chinese Ministry of Finance, the Chinese government will remove U.S. hardwood lumber import tariffs starting on February 28, 2020, for one year. The list of products that could potentially have tariffs removed starting next Friday can be viewed HERE. The product list comes from the statement by China’s State Council Tariff Commission. You may view the announcement (in Chinese) HERE The attached form is “1.第二批对美加征关税商品第一次排除清单一” from ...
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