Livingston International http://www.keshen44.icu Simplify Trade Thu, 17 Sep 2020 13:13:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 CITT Safeguard exclusions inquiry on heavy steel plate & S/S wire http://www.keshen44.icu/citt-safeguard-exclusions-inquiry-on-heavy-steel-plate-s-s-wire-2/ http://www.keshen44.icu/citt-safeguard-exclusions-inquiry-on-heavy-steel-plate-s-s-wire-2/#respond Thu, 17 Sep 2020 13:13:05 +0000 http://www.keshen44.icu/?p=51545 The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) announced on September 11, 2020, that it will be conducting, on the recommendation of the Minister of Finance, inquiries regarding exclusion requests concerning certain heavy plate and stainless steel wire currently subject to the safeguard measures in place from all countries except the United States, Mexico, Chile, Israel, Korea,... Read more »

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The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) announced on September 11, 2020, that it will be conducting, on the recommendation of the Minister of Finance, inquiries regarding exclusion requests concerning certain heavy plate and stainless steel wire currently subject to the safeguard measures in place from all countries except the United States, Mexico, Chile, Israel, Korea, Colombia, Honduras, Panama, Peru and all countries benefitting from the General Preferential Tariff (GPT).

Detailed descriptions of the subject goods as well as the applicable HS codes are provided for in Appendix A of the Notice of Exclusions Inquiry.

In this inquiry, the CITT will need to determine if there is at least one domestic source of supply for the said goods, or if there is a firm and commercially viable plan to produce such goods domestically. If it is determined that there is no domestic source of supply or firm and commercially viable plan to produce such goods domestically, the CITT will recommend the goods be excluded from the safeguard measures.

The CITT has posted on its Web site, forms for (1) exclusion requests and (2) responses from the domestic industry. The relevant forms must be filed with the Tribunal in accordance with the inquiry schedule included in the notice.

Correspondence and questions regarding this notice should be addressed to:

The Registrar, Canadian International Trade Tribunal Secretariat,

15th Floor, 333 Laurier Avenue West,

Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G7,

Phone: 613-993-3595 or 1-855-307-2488 (North America toll-free)

Or by email: citt-tcce@tribunal.gc.ca

This is the Tribunal’s third inquiry in response to the Exclusions Inquiry Order. The Tribunal must report to the Minister of Finance by November 10, 2020.

Additional information and a link to the inquiry schedule is available in the CITT Notice of Commencement of Exclusions Inquiry.

For information regarding the administration of the steel Safeguards, refer to the Notice to Importers #945.

Please contact your Livingston account representative should you have any questions.

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Shipping companies and customs collaborate to streamline traffic in ports. http://www.keshen44.icu/shipping-companies-and-customs-collaborate-to-streamline-traffic-in-ports/ http://www.keshen44.icu/shipping-companies-and-customs-collaborate-to-streamline-traffic-in-ports/#respond Mon, 14 Sep 2020 20:34:47 +0000 http://www.keshen44.icu/?p=51540 On September 16, the customs of the World Trade Bridge will modify its hours of operations because it is considered a non-working day -not a working day-, since this date marks 210 years since the beginning of the fight for the Independence of Mexico, confirmed the Association of Maquiladoras of Exportation of Nuevo Laredo. The... Read more »

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On September 16, the customs of the World Trade Bridge will modify its hours of operations because it is considered a non-working day -not a working day-, since this date marks 210 years since the beginning of the fight for the Independence of Mexico, confirmed the Association of Maquiladoras of Exportation of Nuevo Laredo.

The export schedule will be from 8:00 in the morning to 3:00 in the afternoon, while the import schedule will be from 8:00 in the morning to 4:00 in the afternoon.

In the case of the Puente de Colombia, it marks a non-business day, confirmed INDEX Nuevo Laredo.

For the customs of Bridge 3, the 16th is the sixth holiday during 2020, so it prepares to carry out operations with shortened hours in the cargo area. Since the beginning of January, the Nuevo Laredo Customs Administration announced the hours of operations for non-business days, a measure applied by the Tax Administration Service (SAT), so considering September 16 there are still six dates marked in the calendar, except for December 25 and January 1, when it will be closed.

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Morena presents reform to give the Navy full control of ports http://www.keshen44.icu/morena-presents-reform-to-give-the-navy-full-control-of-ports/ http://www.keshen44.icu/morena-presents-reform-to-give-the-navy-full-control-of-ports/#respond Mon, 14 Sep 2020 20:30:15 +0000 http://www.keshen44.icu/?p=51538 45 days after the resignation of Javier Jiménez Espriú due to his disagreement with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Morena’s parliamentary group in the Chamber of Deputies presented the reform initiative to remove control of ports from the Secretariat of Communications and hand over its full administration to the Secretary of the Navy. With a... Read more »

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45 days after the resignation of Javier Jiménez Espriú due to his disagreement with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Morena’s parliamentary group in the Chamber of Deputies presented the reform initiative to remove control of ports from the Secretariat of Communications and hand over its full administration to the Secretary of the Navy.

With a broad proposal for various reforms to the Organic Law of the Federal Public Administration, the Law of Navigation and Maritime Commerce and the Law of Ports, which the president of the Public Safety Commission, Juanita Guerra Mena, took to the rostrum on Tuesday , from Morena, “it is proposed to reassign powers that originally were part of the optional catalog of the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation, and that will now be part of the Ministry of the Navy as a competent entity.”

In many other faculties that the SCT will leave and the Navy will have, they highlight “granting permits for the establishment and exploitation of services related to communications and water transport with ships or naval devices; award and grant contracts, concessions and permits for the establishment and exploitation of services related to water communications”.

In addition, “manage the centralized ports and coordinate those of the parastatal administration, as well as grant concessions and permits for the occupation of federal zones within the port areas; to set the technical standards for the functioning and operation of the public services of communications and water transport and the rates for the collection of the same”.

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Tax Administration Service (SAT) issues requirements for the payment of VAT and IEPS Certification fees from previous years http://www.keshen44.icu/tax-administration-service-sat-issues-requirements-for-the-payment-of-vat-and-ieps-certification-fees-from-previous-years/ http://www.keshen44.icu/tax-administration-service-sat-issues-requirements-for-the-payment-of-vat-and-ieps-certification-fees-from-previous-years/#respond Mon, 14 Sep 2020 20:28:28 +0000 http://www.keshen44.icu/?p=51536 The General Administration of Foreign Trade Audit (AGACE) of the Tax Administration Service (SAT), through the Central Administration of Certification and International Affairs of Foreign Trade Audits, already issues requirements to companies with VAT and IEPS certification requesting payment of fees (for registration and renewal), updates and surcharges of the years in which they have... Read more »

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The General Administration of Foreign Trade Audit (AGACE) of the Tax Administration Service (SAT), through the Central Administration of Certification and International Affairs of Foreign Trade Audits, already issues requirements to companies with VAT and IEPS certification requesting payment of fees (for registration and renewal), updates and surcharges of the years in which they have had it.

In the consultation of an official document of this type, it stands out that the AGACE states that in the follow-up made to the renewal of certification of the recipient company of this 2020, “it was not possible to verify that it is in compliance with all of the necessary requirements to maintain the registration in the Registry in the Company Certification Scheme, VAT and IEPS modality… among them the payment of fees for renewal ”.

Due to the above, this authority required the company to present the bank receipt for the payment of fees for its renewal this year, and to prove the payment of the fees corresponding to the fiscal years in which it had the Certification VAT and IEPS.

Within Mexico’s automotive sector, automotive parts are the most important segment in sales to t The AGACE granted a period of 20 business days after the effect of the request to comply with the requested information. Failure to do so will initiate the procedure for canceling the Registration in the Business Certification Scheme, VAT and IEPS modality.

Regarding the above, the National Association of Users of Foreign Trade Systems (INCOMEX) Association encourages companies with VAT and IEPS Certification to make the payment of rights corresponding to the years in which they have had it, including the last renewal, since the information from the authority is clear when mentioning that if not, a cancellation procedure would be initiated.

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Countervailing duties imposed on imports of sheet steel plate http://www.keshen44.icu/countervailing-duties-imposed-on-imports-of-sheet-steel-plate/ http://www.keshen44.icu/countervailing-duties-imposed-on-imports-of-sheet-steel-plate/#respond Mon, 14 Sep 2020 20:24:49 +0000 http://www.keshen44.icu/?p=51534 Secretariat of Economy On September 10th, Secretariat of Economy (SE) published in the Federal Official Gazette (DOF), the following resolution: The start of the administrative procedure to examine the validity of the definitive countervailing duties imposed on imports of sheet steel plate originating in Romania, Russia and Ukraine, regardless of the country of origin, which... Read more »

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Secretariat of Economy

On September 10th, Secretariat of Economy (SE) published in the Federal Official Gazette (DOF), the following resolution:

The start of the administrative procedure to examine the validity of the definitive countervailing duties imposed on imports of sheet steel plate originating in Romania, Russia and Ukraine, regardless of the country of origin, which enter through tariff items 7208.51.01, 7208.51.02, 7208.51.03, 7208.52.01, 7225.40.01 and 7225.40.02 of the TIGIE.

? The examination period is set from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020, and the analysis period from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2020.

? In accordance with the provisions of articles 11.3 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement, 70 section II and 89 F of the LCE and 94 of the RLCE, the definitive countervailing duties referred to in points 5 and 6 of this Resolution, will continue in force while it is being processed. the present validity examination procedure. (Final compensatory quota of 67.6% for those originating in Romania, 36.8% for those from Russia, 60.1% for those from Ukraine)

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Countervailing duties imposed on imports of iron wire or non-alloy steel http://www.keshen44.icu/countervailing-duties-imposed-on-imports-of-iron-wire-or-non-alloy-steel/ http://www.keshen44.icu/countervailing-duties-imposed-on-imports-of-iron-wire-or-non-alloy-steel/#respond Mon, 14 Sep 2020 20:22:59 +0000 http://www.keshen44.icu/?p=51532 Secretariat of Economy On September 10th, Secretariat of Economy (SE) published in the Federal Official Gazette (DOF), the following resolution: ? The start of the administrative procedure to examine the validity of the definitive countervailing duty imposed on imports of iron wire rod or non-alloy steel originating in Ukraine, regardless of the country of origin,... Read more »

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Secretariat of Economy

On September 10th, Secretariat of Economy (SE) published in the Federal Official Gazette (DOF), the following resolution:

? The start of the administrative procedure to examine the validity of the definitive countervailing duty imposed on imports of iron wire rod or non-alloy steel originating in Ukraine, regardless of the country of origin, which enter through tariff items 7213.91.01, 7213.91.02, 7213.99.01 and 7213.99.99 of the TIGIE.

? The examination period is set from July 1st, 2019 to June 30th, 2020, and the analysis period from July 1st, 2015 to June 30th, 2020. ? In accordance with the provisions of articles 11.3 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement, 70 section II and 89 F of the LCE and 94 of the RLCE, the definitive countervailing duty referred to in point 3 of this Resolution will continue in force while this is processed. validity examination procedure. (Final compensatory fee of 41%)

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General Rules on customs matters for T-MEC http://www.keshen44.icu/general-rules-on-customs-matters-for-t-mec/ http://www.keshen44.icu/general-rules-on-customs-matters-for-t-mec/#respond Mon, 14 Sep 2020 20:20:05 +0000 http://www.keshen44.icu/?p=51530 Federal Official Gazette On September 10th, Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP) published in the Federal Official Gazette (DOF), the following relevant information: Rules of origin on vehicles (Addition to Rules 63.2 and 63.3) When a producer of passenger vehicles, light trucks or heavy trucks or other vehicles that are imported into the national... Read more »

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Federal Official Gazette

On September 10th, Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP) published in the Federal Official Gazette (DOF), the following relevant information:

  • Rules of origin on vehicles (Addition to Rules 63.2 and 63.3)

When a producer of passenger vehicles, light trucks or heavy trucks or other vehicles that are imported into the national territory chooses to average his calculation of regional content value, he must notify the customs authority of his choice in accordance with what is established by the Tax Administration Service by means of general rules, including the information provided in the Uniform Regulations at least 10 days before the first day of the producer’s fiscal year, during which the vehicles will be exported, or a shorter period that the customs authority may accept.

When a producer of a passenger vehicle, light truck or heavy truck chooses to average the calculation of the value of labor content, he will present his choice to the customs authority, in accordance with what is established by the Tax Administration Service through general rules, including the information provided in the Uniform Regulations, at least 10 days before the first day of the producer’s fiscal year, or a shorter period than the customs authority can accept.

  • Errors or Discrepancies (Rule 40) This rule is amended to establish that a certification of origin may be rejected in the case of a difference between the tariff classification indicated in the certification of origin and the tariff fraction declared in the petition.
  • Illegible or defective certification of origin (Rule 41) This rule is modified to specify that if the customs authority determines that a certification of origin is illegible, defective on its pages, it will grant the importer a period of no less than 5 business days from the day following notification. of the requirement, to present a corrected copy of the certificate of origin to the customs authority in which the irregularities detected are corrected.

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Import Requirements Related to the Safety of Sperm and Ova Regulations http://www.keshen44.icu/import-requirements-related-to-the-safety-of-sperm-and-ova-regulations/ http://www.keshen44.icu/import-requirements-related-to-the-safety-of-sperm-and-ova-regulations/#respond Mon, 14 Sep 2020 13:49:03 +0000 http://www.keshen44.icu/?p=51519 Health Canada’s guidance document on the Safety of Sperm and Ova regulations provides information on the safety inspection and import requirements under Health Canada. The Safety of Sperm and Ova Regulations (Safety Regulations) came into force on February 4, 2020.? The Safety Regulations apply to donor sperm that is distributed by an establishment or health... Read more »

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Health Canada’s guidance document on the Safety of Sperm and Ova regulations provides information on the safety inspection and import requirements under Health Canada.

The Safety of Sperm and Ova Regulations (Safety Regulations) came into force on February 4, 2020.? The Safety Regulations apply to donor sperm that is distributed by an establishment or health professional to a recipient for their personal use; however, they do not apply to that person’s own use of donor sperm to self-inseminate.

The Safety of Sperm and Ova Regulations apply to establishments and health professionals who process, import, distribute or make use of donor sperm or ova for the purpose of assisted human reproduction (AHR).?

All establishments and health professionals that process, import, distribute or make use of donor sperm and ova (eggs) must:

Primary establishments:

  • must register with Health Canada
  • are responsible for all processing activities
    • whether they conduct the activity themselves or
    • another establishment conducts the activity on their behalf

Establishments that import or distribute must notify Health Canada.?

Both primary establishments and establishments that only import or distribute must submit an attestation of compliance every year.

Compliance monitoring activities in Canada

Health Canada carries out compliance monitoring activities, including inspections of regulated parties to:

  • verify compliance with the AHR Act and its Regulations
  • respond to issues of non-compliance
  • minimize the risk posed to the health of Canadians

For importation into Canada one or more of the following documents/information may be required under the CBSA Single Window Initiative(SWI),

  1. Semen or Ova Establishment Attestation (formerly Semen Processor Declaration)
  2. Establishment Notification Form (FRM-0446)
  3. Establishment Registration Number
  4. Donor Semen or Ova Letter of Authorization (LOA) (formerly  Donor Semen Letter of Authorization (LOA))

Further information on compliance and guidelines are available here.
Safety of Sperm and Ova Regulations.?
Inspection approach- Safety of Sperm and Ova Regulations
Compliance and Enforcement: Assisted Human Reproduction
Donating and using third-party sperm or ova (eggs) for assisted human reproduction

Sperm and ova primary establishment registration application and establishment notification form(FRM-0446)

Contact Us

If you have a question about Health Canada’s compliance and enforcement approach, contact the Biological Product Compliance Program:

Biological Product Compliance Program
Regulatory Operations and Enforcement Branch
200 Eglantine Driveway
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0K9

Email: hc.bpcp-pcpb.sc@canada.ca

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Changes to Steel Import License System http://www.keshen44.icu/changes-to-steel-import-license-system/ http://www.keshen44.icu/changes-to-steel-import-license-system/#respond Mon, 14 Sep 2020 13:42:28 +0000 http://www.keshen44.icu/?p=51517 The U.S. Department of Commerce is making changes to their Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis (SIMA) program effective with license requests as of October 13, 2020. The new application will require the applicant to identify the country where the steel used in the manufacture of the imported steel product was melted and poured (the country... Read more »

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The U.S. Department of Commerce is making changes to their Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis (SIMA) program effective with license requests as of October 13, 2020.

The new application will require the applicant to identify the country where the steel used in the manufacture of the imported steel product was melted and poured (the country of melt and pour). It is customarily identified on steel mill test certificates.

In addition, the application includes the following fields: the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) number; product description; net weight in kilograms; Customs value; countries of origin and export; entry number (if available); port of entry; expected date of entry and export; names of applicant, importer, exporter, and manufacturer; and applicant contact details.

The below new tariffs are being added to align and include all steel tariffs covered by Section 232 tariffs, or you can view the new table of HTS codes for the complete new list of tariffs requiring a steel license.

  • 7228706000 – Angles, shapes, and sections of other alloy steel, not stainless.
  • 7222406000 – Angles, shapes, and sections, other, of stainless steel
  • 7217901000 – Wire of iron or nonalloy steel coated with plastic
  • 7302101065 – Used railway rails for rerolling
  • 7302101075 – Used railway rails for rerolling, other
  • 7302105040 – Used railway rails for rerolling, of alloy steel
  • 7302105060 – Used railway rails for rerolling, of alloy steel, other
  • 7302909000 – Railway or tramway track construction material of iron or steel

Commerce is increasing the value used with obtaining low-value steel licenses from a $250 to a $5,000. (A low-value license is an optional multiple-use license that allows a company to apply once for a steel import license and use it on multiple occasions for entries of covered steel products.)

Importers of covered steel products, or their customs brokers, are required to obtain an import license, with the license number reported in the Customs entry.

Note that the SIMA systems will not be available from October 10, 2020 through October 13, 2020 when the new system becomes operational.

If you have any questions regarding the changes to the Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis (SIMA) program, Livingston can help!  Please contact either your Livingston account manager or our regulatory affairs group at usregaffairs@livingstonintl.com

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SIMA Duties continue on certain carbon steel fasteners http://www.keshen44.icu/sima-duties-continue-on-certain-carbon-steel-fasteners-2/ http://www.keshen44.icu/sima-duties-continue-on-certain-carbon-steel-fasteners-2/#respond Mon, 14 Sep 2020 13:34:28 +0000 http://www.keshen44.icu/?p=51513 The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT), on September 2, 2020, issued its order regarding the expiry review on certain Carbon Steel Fasteners originating in or exported from China and Taiwan.???????????????????????????????????????? The CITT has determined that the dumping and subsidizing of the above-mentioned goods, excluding the items listed in Appendix 2 to the order, would continue... Read more »

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The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT), on September 2, 2020, issued its order regarding the expiry review on certain Carbon Steel Fasteners originating in or exported from China and Taiwan.????????????????????????????????????????

The CITT has determined that the dumping and subsidizing of the above-mentioned goods, excluding the items listed in Appendix 2 to the order, would continue to cause injury to the Canadian domestic industry, as such the order will continue.

This follows the CBSA Expiry Review Determinations made on March 26, 2020.

For the complete authoritative product description of the subject goods please refer to the Fasteners case in the Measures in Force.

The CITT Order is available on the CITT website.

A Statement of Reasons will be available within 15 days on the CITT’s website.

Please contact your Livingston account representative should you have any questions.

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