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> Section 301 list of products notice/comment period

The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) has determined that the acts, policies, and practices of the Government of China related to technology transfer, intellectual property, and innovation covered in the investigation are unreasonable or discriminatory and burden... Read more >

Case study Entering the South American market

International freight and transportation: How Livingston helped a trade software and hardware developer enter the South American market. When this Chicago-based technology company approached Livingston, they were facing a sizeable challenge: The Brazilian import/export market. Dealing mostly in the development of... Read more >

> Duties on coniferous shingles and sawn shakes from Canada

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency has issued a Cargo System Messaging Service (CSMS) notice 18-000223 advising that Coniferous Shingles and Sawn Shakes “shingles and shakes” from Canada fall within the scope of anti-dumping and countervailing (AD/CVD) cases... Read more >

Webinar - on demand The Basics: Classification

Watch this special 2-part session and learn what you need to know about classification! Part 1: In “The importance of correct H.S. classification and tariff structure,” you’ll learn about the history of classification and its place in import/export operations and... Read more >

Article What does being an NRI mean to your business?

If you’re looking to expand into the growing Canadian marketplace, take a look at Canada’s Non-Resident Importer (NRI) program. The NRI program allows foreign or U.S.-based business to ship goods to Canada while enjoying the same advantages as Canadian importers... Read more >

Article Understanding tariffs can help you save money as an NRI

Thinking of becoming a Non-Resident Importer (NRI)? Knowing how tariff classification and preferential tariff treatments work can make a big difference to your bottom line, and help you ship more efficiently. Classifying your goods with the correct Harmonized System (HS)... Read more >

How-to guide Global product classification: Getting help in getting it right

Outsourcing global product classification saves headaches – and money. Every product or item shipped across international borders requires its own classification number. Some classifications are straightforward, but many complex technology products require a high level of research and resources to... Read more >

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