May 29, 2020 – The United States Trade Representative (USTR) is proposing a ’Large Civil Aircraft Dispute Portal’ be used to submit comments in Section 301 investigations on imports of certain European Union (EU) origin products, connected with the World Trade Organization’s (WTO’s) dispute on Airbus subsidies.
Also proposed is the use of a specific ‘Large Civil Aircraft Dispute (LCA) Form’, as outlined in the proposal.
The use of the portal will assist the USTR in their timely and comprehensive review with such aspects as:
- whether to remove products of specific EU member States from the list of products subject to additional duties, or remain on the list
- if a product remains on the list, whether to increase the current rate of additional duty, to as high as 100 percent
- whether to add additional EU products to the list
The USTR is looking to have the portal in place by June 23, 2020.
Our previous Trade New Articles on Section 301 for the EU include:
- March 2020 Modifications to Section 301 Duties on European Origin Products
- Section 301 Duties to Go into Effect for European Origin Products
- Additional EU Origin Products Proposed for Section 301 by USTR
- USTR Proposes Section 301 Duties on EU Products, Including Aircraft
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