17 Chinese producers get 29.98% duty for 2007
- Expected tariffs could mean higher furniture prices. // Indianapolis Business Journal;6/28/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 16, p12B
Discusses the implications of tariff increases for the prices of furniture in the U.S. Move of the U.S. Department of Commerce to implement 198 percent tariff on imported wooden bedroom furniture from China; Support towards the move extended by local furniture producers; Opinion of the Bush...
- Can `bumping' provision be applied after the fact by correcting weight/density? Barrett, Colin // Traffic World;11/8/93, Vol. 236 Issue 6, p36
Discusses the appropriateness of the requirement for density certification at the time of shipment. National Classification Committee's offering of bumping provisions; Protection of the bumping privilege from abuse.
- Cabinet decision clears path for rail shipper complaints. // Canadian Transportation & Logistics;Aug2010, Vol. 113 Issue 8, p12
The article reports on the capability of the Canadian government to respond to the shipper's complaints on supplementary charges in Canada.
- Wooden Bedroom Furniture From the People's Republic of China: Partial Rescission of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review and Intent To Rescind, in Part. Taverman, Gary // Federal Register;8/29/2012, Vol. 77 Issue 168, p52311
The article reports a notice issued by the U.S. International Trade Administration regarding partial rescinding of antidumping investigations on import of wooden bedroom furniture from China in the U.S., under the provisions of the U.S. Tariff Act of 1930. It also states that the effective date...
- A new world of security. Mongelluzzo, Bill // JoC Week;6/3/2002, Vol. 3 Issue 22, p34
Focuses on the customs security on breakbulk shipments in the U.S. Methods used by customs to assess risk in shipments; Reduction of risk by encouraging multinational companies to secure supply chains; Documentation of containerized and breakbulk cargoes.
- Department of Defense mandates RFID in 2005. Albright, Brian // Frontline Solutions;Dec2003, Vol. 4 Issue 12, p10
Focuses on plans of the U.S. Department of Defense to mandate the use of tags on shipments to the military from January 2005. Memo issued by U.S. Under Secretary of Defense Michael Wynne outlining a broad plan for the use of tags; Aims of the tagging plan of the U.S. Department of Defense;...
- ICC ends controls over variety of commodity rates. // Traffic World;11/8/93, Vol. 236 Issue 6, p23
Reports on the US Interstate Commerce Commission's (ICC) lifting of regulations on railroad freight rates on scrap paper shipments. Exemption of specific commodities from rail rate controls; Terms under ICC's decision; Retention of revenue-to-variable cost rate cap.
- Central & South America. // ENHESA Flash;Dec2010, Issue 56, p19
The article presents environment, health & safety (EHS) regulations in Central and South America including Mercosur Regulation on good practices for drugs shipment in Argentina, regulation on computers and peripherals in Colombia, and executive decree on household waste management in Costa Rica.
- New clean-air rules driving increase in East Coast imports of methanol. Brennan, Terry // Traffic World;11/21/94, Vol. 240 Issue 8, p25
Reports on the effect of federal clean air laws that take effect in the industrial corridor between Washington D.C. and Boston, Massachusetts on bulk tanker import tonnage at several North Atlantic ports. Increase in parcel tanker bulk volumes at Philadelphia and New York; Federal laws' call...