Trade Risk Guaranty provides a breakdown of round 5 Section 301 exclusions granted by the USTR.

Round 5 List 1 Exclusions Granted: Section 301

As the trade war continues, the fifth list of Section 301 Exclusions has been released. This list is in addition to the previous four rounds of exclusions granted. On June 4, 2019, the United States Trade Representative released an official announcement to the Federal Register with a fifth round of exclusions to List 1 of the Section…

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The staff at Trade Risk Guaranty provides 15 things to do instead of worrying about the trade war.

15 Things To Do Instead of Worrying About the Trade War

The staff at TRG comes together to provide a few ways to take your mind off the trade war so that the tariffs don’t ruin your summer. It is no secret that the international trade world has been in a state of tension since early 2018. With the implementation of the Section 232 tariffs on…

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Trade Risk Guaranty maps out an infographic of Section 232 tariffs on aluminum and steel imports and the retaliatory actions.

[Infographic] Section 232 Tariffs and Retaliatory Actions

Trade Risk Guaranty maps out an infographic of Section 232 tariffs on aluminum and steel and the retaliatory actions by certain countries. Be informed with the latest tariff news if it affects your business. In the midst of the unpredictable climate of trade wars and new tariffs rising in the news cycle, it can get…

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Foreign trade zones are a great tool for companies manufacturing in the United States. Montana is no exception and uses FTZ's to its advantage

Foreign Trade Zones in Montana

Foreign trade zones are a great tool for companies manufacturing in the United States. Montana is no exception and uses FTZ’s to its advantage.   What is a Foreign Trade Zone? A Foreign Trade Zone or FTZ is an area located near a Customs port of entry that is considered outside of Customs territory. Inside…

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There are a variety of ways to enter goods into United States commerce when importing into the United States, entry for consumption, entry for warehouse, or transportation of merchandise in bond

Types of Entry When Importing into the United States

There are a variety of ways to enter goods into United States commerce. There are pros and cons for each type of entry. It is important to know all the options that you have. When importing into the United States, entering goods into commerce is an important milestone. Once a shipment of goods arrives in…

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What is a Commercial Invoice?

A commercial invoice is a legal document between a buyer and a seller specifying the goods being traded and their commercial value. A commercial invoice is a necessary document used in international trade. You can consider it a biography of your shipping load. It contains all information pertaining to the shipping contents, including the following:…

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