Scotch Whisky, English Cheese Prices Could Ease as U.S. Halts Tariffs

March 10, 2021 Bill Chapell, NPR

The Biden administration will suspend steep tariffs on Irish and Scotch whiskies, English cheeses and other products, after reaching an agreement with the U.K. Former President Trump had imposed the tariffs in late 2019 as part of a long-running dispute over the aviation industry.

C.H. Robinson Uncovers More Than a Billion Dollars in Tariff Refunds Going Untapped

November 17, 2020 C.H. Robinson

The vast majority of these refund opportunities, which have continued to be updated since 301 tariffs were implemented as a result of the U.S.- China trade war, are set to expire Dec. 31. With two-thirds of Chinese imported goods subject to 301 tariffs, businesses both large and small may be leaving millions on the table if they don’t take action.

National Fisheries Institute Statement on EU Parliament Removing Tariffs on U.S. Lobster

The National Fisheries Institute (NFI) welcomes today’s announcement that lawmakers in the European Parliament’s trade committee have voted in favor of removing tariffs on U.S. lobster and encourage the full Parliament to back the deal when they vote.

National Fisheries Institute Statement on the EU’s Retaliatory Seafood Tariffs

Today’s news that the European Union will place tariffs on about $ 20 million worth of annual United States seafood exports to the EU is disappointing. The seafood communities in the U.S. and EU have long enjoyed a trade relationship that has created tens of thousands of jobs and, most recently, been poised to expand.

EU to Impose Tariffs on Up To $ 4B of US Products

November 10, 2020 Silvia Amaro, CNBC

The European Union will slap tariffs on up to $ 4 billion worth of U.S. products Monday, after what it described as a “lack of progress” from America on resolving a long-standing dispute over aircraft subsidies.