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Importers say USTR’s ‘failure’ to justify 301 tariffs should lead to removal

September 16, 2022 at 8:30 AM
Plaintiffs challenging the legality of Section 301 tariffs on $320 billion worth of Chinese goods are again calling on the Court of International Trade to order the removal of the duties, claiming that the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative’s latest defense of the duties violates the Administrative Procedure Act. More than 6,000 importers have challenged the legality of the Trump administration’s third and fourth waves of tariffs on Chinese goods. But the CIT in April found the government did...

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