Tariff Suspension

Tariff Suspension

The European Union policy of temporarily or permanently waiving tariff duties on raw material and semi-finished products in order to encourage trade within the EU. Tariff suspension only applies to certain industries (notably pharmaceuticals and information technology) and is not granted for finished products.
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concurring opinion in Exxon, involving a tariff suspension order of the
on the relevant statutory tariff suspension provision.
language, the tariff suspension standard in Rule 1.
challenges to certain agency tariff suspension orders.
court affirmed FERC's tariff suspension order against a challenge
a tariff suspension from the suspension itself with regard to
166) Because it failed to timely protest the misclassification of the single entry, the importer petitioned Congress for relief, which Congress provided in Section 1408 of the Tariff Suspension and Trade Act of 2000 ("[section] 1408").
The Joint Committee on Taxation estimates that the tariff suspension would cost the U.
focus on the relevant statutory tariff suspension provision.
With hundreds of tariff suspensions set to lapse at the end of 2012, Congress worked throughout the year and by November, over 2100 individual bills had been vetted and incorporated into an omnibus bill, including five bills providing suspensions and reductions for various categories of viscose rayon staple fibers.
Since the beginning of the EU membership in the European Commission's communication on the autonomous tariff suspensions and quotas, Lithuania has had the possibility to apply to the European Commission for suspension of customs duties and granted quotas.
Charging that the current process presents too much opportunity for corruption and violates the Republican moratorium on earmarks, the two senators unveiled legislation on June 12 that would have the ITC choose which tariff suspensions to submit to Congress for approval.