The review is an opportunity for businesses to comment on the impact of the China 301 tariffs on their businesses.
The Auto Care Association encourages automotive aftermarket companies impacted by the Section 301 tariffs to inform policymakers by filing a written submission with the USTR.
The reinstated product exclusions will apply as of Oct. 12, 2021 and extend through Dec. 31, 2022.
The Office of the United States Trade Representative’s exclusion on Section 301 tariff for CV Axles scheduled to expire.
USTR has been opening a process for extension requests approximately two months before the tranche of exclusions ends.
On Friday, Aug. 23, China announced it will impose retaliatory tariffs on $75 billion of U.S. goods, including American automobiles and auto parts.
The List 3 group of Chinese imports covers nearly $200 billion worth of products, including many auto parts, from engines and metal fasteners to tires, transmission belts, brake pads and suspension springs.