Senate Finance: De Minimis

Senate Finance’s Subcommittee on Trade Takes One-Sided Approach to De Minimis Import Rule

The U.S. Senate Finance Subcommittee for International Trade, Customs, and Global Competitiveness took a one-sided view on the de minimis exemption in a hearing on Tuesday, rejecting anything but technocratic changes to the global duty-free rule for small packages priced under $800.

CPA CEO Michael Stumo and USTR's Beth Baltzan Talk Trade

A New Trade Policy Has Emerged: CPA CEO Michael Stumo Chats with USTR Senior Advisor Beth Baltzan

A new trade policy isn’t just emerging; it’s emerged. Six years after former President Donald Trump and his chief trade diplomat Robert Lighthizer imposed tariffs on nearly $400 billion worth of imported goods from China, President Biden has done the same.

De Minimis and Fentanyl

Members of Coalition To Close The De Minimis Loophole Provide Evidence Demonstrating the Significant Role De Minimis Plays in Illicit Fentanyl Trafficking

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Members of the Coalition to Close the De Minimis Loophole, representing diverse American voices and millions of people committed to fix the de minimis crisis—from the families of victims of fentanyl fatalities, law enforcement, drug prevention organizations and nonprofit and nonpartisan organizations, including labor unions, manufacturers, business associations and consumer safety advocacy…

Senator Brown: IRA Tax Credits

Senator Sherrod Brown Questions Wisdom Of IRA Tax Credits For China Solar Giants In Hearing

“Our tax code is supposed to support American manufacturers in building out genuine domestic supply chains. It shouldn’t be exploited by the Chinese Communist Party,” said Brown.