Livingston International http://www.29zhuxiao.cn Simplify Trade Fri, 11 Sep 2020 18:31:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Fiscal Year 2021 Sugar TRQ Announced and Allocated by Country http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/fiscal-year-2021-sugar-trq-announced-and-allocated-by-country/ http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/fiscal-year-2021-sugar-trq-announced-and-allocated-by-country/#respond Fri, 11 Sep 2020 18:31:04 +0000 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/?p=51497 The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Sugar Tariff Rate Quota (TRQ) on imports of sugar for the period October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021, although some TRQs may fill at opening. World Trade Organization (WTO) country specific TRQ allocations were determined by the United States Trade Representative (USTR)... Read more »

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Sugar Tariff Rate Quota (TRQ) on imports of sugar for the period October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021, although some TRQs may fill at opening.

World Trade Organization (WTO) country specific TRQ allocations were determined by the United States Trade Representative (USTR) for raw cane sugar, refined and specialty sugar, and sugar containing products.

FY 2021 Sugar Quota amounts and allocations:

Raw cane sugar -The TRQ totals 1,117,195 metric tons raw value (MTRV), and opens on October 1, 2020, with allocations varying by country.? A certificate of quota eligibility (CQE) is required.?

Note:? The USDA increased the FY 2020 TRQ for raw cane sugar by 90,718 MTRV, for a total in FY 2020 of 1,525,428 MTRV. They also extended this 2020 quota period until October 31, 2021 due to COVID-19.

Refined sugar -The TRQtotals 162,000 MTRV and includes specialty sugar. The quota opens on October 1, 2020. A CQE is required for the Canadian and Mexican TRQ.

Allocations: 10,300 MTRV – Canada

                     2,954 MTRV – Mexico (but Mexico is currently excluded)

                     7,090 MTRV – WTO countries

Specialty sugar -The TRQ totals 141,656 MTRV, and is administered over five tranches, as follows:

Note:  The 2nd – 5th tranches are reserved for organic sugar and other specialty sugars not currently produced commercially in the U.S. or reasonably available from domestic sources.

All tranches require a USDA issued Specialty Sugar Certificate.

Sugar containing products -The TRQ totals 64,709 MTRV. The quota opens on October 1, 2020.  A foreign government export certificate is required.

Allocations: 59,250 MTRV – Canada

           5,459 MTRV – WTO countries

TRQs allow for entry of a specified quantity of a product at a reduced duty rate during a specific period. An unlimited amount may be imported in excess of the TRQ, but at a higher rate of duty.

If you have any questions regarding tariff rate quota for sugar in the 2021 fiscal year, Livingston can help!? Please contact either your Livingston account manager or our U.S. Regulatory Affairs Group at usregaffairs@livingstonintl.com

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Direct Foreign Investment in transportation and logistics in Mexico reaches historical maximum http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/direct-foreign-investment-in-transportation-and-logistics-in-mexico-reaches-historical-maximum/ http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/direct-foreign-investment-in-transportation-and-logistics-in-mexico-reaches-historical-maximum/#respond Wed, 09 Sep 2020 20:21:45 +0000 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/?p=51495 The period of January-June 2020 has been the best first semester in attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) for the transport and logistics sector that Mexico has registered in the last eight years, since the federal government reports these in a disaggregated manner data. The Transportation, postal and storage sector added 2,533.7 million dollars (million dollars),... Read more »

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The period of January-June 2020 has been the best first semester in attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) for the transport and logistics sector that Mexico has registered in the last eight years, since the federal government reports these in a disaggregated manner data.

The Transportation, postal and storage sector added 2,533.7 million dollars (million dollars), participating with 14.1% of the total FDI that during the referred period captured 17,969.3 million dollars, according to data from the Secretariat of Economy (SE).

Likewise, the 2,533.7 million dollars grew by 236% compared to the 754.1 million dollars reported in the same period of the previous year, but it also exceeds any record since 2012, the year in which the SE began to give more details of the sectors and subsectors that were impacted by FDI.

Speaking of subsectors, this first semester of 2020 stood out Services related to transport, since it added 2,326.8 or 91.8% of the total captured by the Transport, postal and storage sector.

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Foreign trade will be essential to achieve an economic rebound in 2021 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/foreign-trade-will-be-essential-to-achieve-an-economic-rebound-in-2021/ http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/foreign-trade-will-be-essential-to-achieve-an-economic-rebound-in-2021/#respond Wed, 09 Sep 2020 20:18:47 +0000 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/?p=51493 The Federal Government said in the Economic Package for 2021 that the ratification of the Treaty between Mexico, the United States and Canada (T-MEC) and the reconfiguration of trade due to geopolitical changes worldwide will promote an accelerated and sustained recovery of the economic activity of the country in the next year. “Although the fall... Read more »

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The Federal Government said in the Economic Package for 2021 that the ratification of the Treaty between Mexico, the United States and Canada (T-MEC) and the reconfiguration of trade due to geopolitical changes worldwide will promote an accelerated and sustained recovery of the economic activity of the country in the next year.

“Although the fall in the value of exports has been greater compared to other recession episodes, such as in 2009, the recovery has also been significant,” the report said.

In July 2020, exports already recovered 96.8 percent of the value lost since the beginning of the year, a period in which effects on international trade due to COVID-19 began to be seen.

The federal government pointed out that it will “light a candle” to the T-MEC, since thanks to this trade agreement the country will be able to improve the business environment, since it provides certainty to commercial operations and investment.

Another factor that helped the Mexican economy to register positive figures in the next year is the geopolitical changes, since these have favored Mexico. Furthermore, Juan Carlos Baker, former undersecretary of Foreign Trade, considered that he has no doubt that Mexico’s economic recovery will be led by the export sector, as happened with the crisis of 1995 and 2008-2009.

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Mexican auto parts exports return to pre-pandemic level http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/mexican-auto-parts-exports-return-to-pre-pandemic-level/ http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/mexican-auto-parts-exports-return-to-pre-pandemic-level/#respond Wed, 09 Sep 2020 20:16:25 +0000 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/?p=51491 Mexican exports of auto parts to the United States registered a growth of 1.2% in July, to 5.118 million dollars, which reflected their first increase since most plants closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to data from the Census Bureau. In contrast, foreign sales of cars from Mexico to the United States fell 9.2%... Read more »

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Mexican exports of auto parts to the United States registered a growth of 1.2% in July, to 5.118 million dollars, which reflected their first increase since most plants closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to data from the Census Bureau.

In contrast, foreign sales of cars from Mexico to the United States fell 9.2% in the same month, to 2.603 million dollars, and those of heavy vehicles fell 9.2%, to 3.091 million dollars, at interannual rates. Beginning in June 2020, Mexico restarted its critical automotive manufacturing operations and continues to take steps to increase production and replenish dealer inventories.

Government-imposed restrictions on business, operations and travel and related economic uncertainty have impacted demand for vehicles in most global markets.

In retrospect, exports of auto parts from Mexico to the US market presented negative interannual rates in the months of February, March, April, May and June of the current year. Within Mexico’s automotive sector, automotive parts are the most important segment in sales to the US market, accounting for a 47.3% share in July, almost what the auto (24.1%) and heavy vehicle (28.6 percent) segments represent together.

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CBSA concludes normal value and export price review on concrete reinforcing bar 2 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/cbsa-concludes-normal-value-and-export-price-review-on-concrete-reinforcing-bar-2/ http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/cbsa-concludes-normal-value-and-export-price-review-on-concrete-reinforcing-bar-2/#respond Tue, 08 Sep 2020 14:22:53 +0000 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/?p=51486 The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), on September 1, 2020, concluded a normal value and export price review to update the normal values and export prices applicable to certain concrete reinforcing bar (rebar) exported to Canada from Spain by Nervacero, S.A. (Nervacero). The goods subject to the CITT’s orders and their tariff classification numbers are... Read more »

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The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), on September 1, 2020, concluded a normal value and export price review to update the normal values and export prices applicable to certain concrete reinforcing bar (rebar) exported to Canada from Spain by Nervacero, S.A. (Nervacero).

The goods subject to the CITT’s orders and their tariff classification numbers are contained in Appendix 1 of the CBSA’s Notice of Conclusion.

Nervacero had a sufficient number of domestic sales of like goods during the PAP. Consequently, normal values were determined in accordance with section 15 of SIMA based on domestic selling prices of like goods.

Specific normal values for future shipments of certain rebar have been determined for the participating exporter, Nervacero. These normal values are effective today, September 1, 2020.

The normal values and export prices may be applied to any requests for re?determination of importations of subject goods that have not been processed prior to the conclusion of this normal value review, regardless of the date that the requests were received. The normal values and export prices determined as a result of this review may be applied retroactively where the certain conditions are met.

Importers are reminded that it is their responsibility to calculate and declare their anti-dumping and countervailing duty liability. In order to determine their anti-dumping and countervailing duty liability, importers should contact their suppliers who can provide information on normal values and amounts of subsidy. Under limited circumstances, the CBSA may make this information available to importers. Please refer to Memorandum D14-1-2 for more information.

The CBSA Notice of Conclusion of Normal Value and Export Price Review containing additional details can be found on CBSA’s website.

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The Mexican Mining Chamber and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico disapproved of the disappearance of the Undersecretariat of Mining. http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/the-mexican-mining-chamber-and-the-canadian-chamber-of-commerce-in-mexico-disapproved-of-the-disappearance-of-the-undersecretariat-of-mining/ http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/the-mexican-mining-chamber-and-the-canadian-chamber-of-commerce-in-mexico-disapproved-of-the-disappearance-of-the-undersecretariat-of-mining/#respond Tue, 08 Sep 2020 13:35:45 +0000 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/?p=51482 The Mexican Mining Chamber (CAMIMEX) and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico (CANCHAM) disapproved of the disappearance of the Mining Undersecretariat. “We respectfully express our deep disagreement over the disappearance of a strategic organ for the economic recovery that our country needs,” they said in a joint statement. “The Undersecretariat of Mining has an... Read more »

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The Mexican Mining Chamber (CAMIMEX) and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico (CANCHAM) disapproved of the disappearance of the Mining Undersecretariat.

“We respectfully express our deep disagreement over the disappearance of a strategic organ for the economic recovery that our country needs,” they said in a joint statement.

“The Undersecretariat of Mining has an indispensable role for transformation, it has served as an example to other sectors to show that close collaboration and the sum of wills can strengthen an industry that fully fulfills its commitment to Mexico and Mexicans by being socially inclusive, environmentally sustainable and fiscally responsible”, they added.

The statement was also signed by the Association of Mining Engineers, Metallurgists and Geologists of Mexico (AIMMGM); the Mining Clusters of Chihuahua, Guerrero, Sinaloa, Sonora and Zacatecas; the College of Mining Engineers, Metallurgists and Geologists of Mexico (CIMMGM), and the organization Mujeres en la Minería-WIM México.

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Ports or borders, which was the most relevant for the train in 2019? http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/ports-or-borders-which-was-the-most-relevant-for-the-train-in-2019/ http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/ports-or-borders-which-was-the-most-relevant-for-the-train-in-2019/#respond Tue, 08 Sep 2020 13:28:12 +0000 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/?p=51480 In 2019, cargo traffic through the railroad accumulated a handling of 125.2 million tons, as T21 reported, of which 88.3 million tons were reported in terms of foreign trade, that is, 70 percent. But, what borders and what ports were the trains through which had this movement? According to the 2019 Railway Statistical Yearbook, recently... Read more »

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In 2019, cargo traffic through the railroad accumulated a handling of 125.2 million tons, as T21 reported, of which 88.3 million tons were reported in terms of foreign trade, that is, 70 percent.

But, what borders and what ports were the trains through which had this movement?

According to the 2019 Railway Statistical Yearbook, recently published by the Railway Transport Regulatory Agency (ARTF), 74% of foreign railway trade was reported through the import service with 66 million tons, which meant 1.7% less than the 67.2 million tons of 2018.

Of this figure, 70% was handled by the borders with the United States, adding 47.6 million tons, which meant an increase of 0.9% compared to the 47.2 million tons of the previous year.

In this area, Nuevo Laredo was the main border with 44.6% of the cargo, closing with an accumulated 21.2 million tons that crossed from North America to Mexico.

Piedras Negras followed with 25% when registering the crossing of 11.9 million tons; Ciudad Juárez, with 16.6% and 7.9 million tons; Matamoros, 7.2% of the import traffic with 3.4 million tons.

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Amendment to Annex 2.4.1 NOMs http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/amendment-to-annex-2-4-1-noms/ http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/amendment-to-annex-2-4-1-noms/#respond Tue, 08 Sep 2020 13:25:45 +0000 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/?p=51477 Secretariat of Economy On September 2nd, Secretariat of Economy, published the following modifications to Annex 2.4.1: Update of Official Mexican Standards numerals 1 and 3 Adding to numeral 1 reference to safety standards and 3 referring to commercial labeling standards to fraction III of numeral 3 of Annex 2.4.1 the tariff fractions presented as an... Read more »

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Secretariat of Economy

On September 2nd, Secretariat of Economy, published the following modifications to Annex 2.4.1:

Update of Official Mexican Standards numerals 1 and 3

Adding to numeral 1 reference to safety standards and 3 referring to commercial labeling standards to fraction III of numeral 3 of Annex 2.4.1 the tariff fractions presented as an annex hereto, which must comply with the Official Standards Mexicans that are indicated at their point of entry into the national territory.

Update of Official Mexican Standards

The reference to certain NOMs is updated, derived from the agreement in question, they are replaced as indicated below.

  • NOM-015-ENER-2018: Whose objective is to establish limits, test methods and labeling, which considers in its field of application to household appliances refrigerators and freezers. Entry into force: 06/12/2021.
  • NOM-213-SCFI-2018: Whose objective is to establish the technical design, manufacturing and safety specifications, as well as the test methods that transportable containers subject to pressure and portable containers to contain Liquefied Petroleum Gas must comply. Entry into force: 04/01/2020
  • NOM-001-SCFI-2018: Eliminates from the annotations any reference to electronic equipment that operate nominal voltages of 24 V or less, eliminates the term “domestic use”, the tariff fractions of the Tariff of numeral 1 of the Annex of NOMs that are no longer subject to compliance with said Official Mexican Standard, as well as its reference in section XVI of numeral 10 of the same Annex. Entry into force: 08/14/2020
  • NOM-116-SCFI-2018: Whose objective is to guarantee that the importation by the automotive industry of lubricating oils for gasoline and diesel engines comply with the specifications and test methods, section XIII of numeral 3 will be repealed and subject the tariff fractions to compliance with this NOM in the numeral 1. Entry into force: 06/16/2020

NOM-EM-021-SE-2020 Whose objective is to specify the general requirements, for the performance, and efficiency in mechanical and electrical safety, of non-invasive mechanical sphygmomanometers and non-invasive manometer measuring instruments. Entry into force: 08/07/2020.

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Decree by which the Tariff of the Law of the General Import and Export Taxes is modified http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/decree-by-which-the-tariff-of-the-law-of-the-general-import-and-export-taxes-is-modified/ http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/decree-by-which-the-tariff-of-the-law-of-the-general-import-and-export-taxes-is-modified/#respond Tue, 08 Sep 2020 13:20:53 +0000 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/?p=51475 Federal Official Gazette On September 3rd, Secretariat of Economy, published in the Federal Official Gazette, the Decree by which the TIGIE is modified with respect to Chapter 87, to encourage national production of electric motor vehicles, allow free competition and access to new clean technologies in the field of transportation and thereby favor compliance with... Read more »

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Federal Official Gazette

On September 3rd, Secretariat of Economy, published in the Federal Official Gazette, the Decree by which the TIGIE is modified with respect to Chapter 87, to encourage national production of electric motor vehicles, allow free competition and access to new clean technologies in the field of transportation and thereby favor compliance with Mexico’s commitments at the international level in terms of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

By virtue of the foregoing, it is considered necessary to create two tariff fractions to identify new electric motor vehicles for the transport of ten or more people and used light electric motor vehicles, respectively, as well as modify the description of three tariff fractions and exempt temporarily the import tariff of three tariff items relating to new electric motor vehicles for the transport of ten or more people, new light electric motor vehicles and new electric motor vehicles for the transport of goods.

This Decree will enter into force on September 4th, 2020.

The validity that establishes the exempt rate for electric cars will last until September 30, 2024.

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Amendments to the Ozone-depleting Substances and Halocarbon Alternatives Regulations on HCFC. http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/amendments-to-the-ozone-depleting-substances-and-halocarbon-alternatives-regulations-on-hcfc/ http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/amendments-to-the-ozone-depleting-substances-and-halocarbon-alternatives-regulations-on-hcfc/#respond Tue, 08 Sep 2020 13:16:49 +0000 http://www.29zhuxiao.cn/?p=51471 The Ozone Depleting Substances and Halocarbon Alternatives Regulation was recently published in the ?Canada Gazette Part II August 25, 2020 on the amendments to the regulations on hydrofluorocarbons (HCFCs). The amendments to the Ozone-depleting Substances and Halocarbon Alternatives Regulations is to amend the consumption baseline value that is used to determine the HFC quantities that can... Read more »

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The Ozone Depleting Substances and Halocarbon Alternatives Regulation was recently published in the ?Canada Gazette Part II August 25, 2020 on the amendments to the regulations on hydrofluorocarbons (HCFCs).

The amendments to the Ozone-depleting Substances and Halocarbon Alternatives Regulations is to amend the consumption baseline value that is used to determine the HFC quantities that can enter Canada under the HFC phase-down process, which started on January 1, 2019, to reflect corrected consumption data reported by companies importing HFCs in bulk. Amending this baseline is expected to reduce Canadian GHG emissions, in order to help limit increases in global average temperatures. It ensures Canada continues to meet its international obligations under the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol.

The Amendments also aim to ensure the adequate supply of HCFC-123 for use as a fire-extinguishing agent in situations where an alternative may not be available for certain critical aircraft rescue and firefighting applications. In light of the 2018 adjustment to the Montreal Protocol that allows for the consumption of HCFCs for specific applications within the existing phase-out framework, the Amendments will allow the consumption of HCFC-123 to service fire-extinguishing equipment until December 31, 2029. Currently, the Regulations do not allow the consumption of HCFC-123 for this purpose beyond December 31, 2019.

Regulatory coverage

Several industry groups that use HFCs will either be directly or indirectly affected by the Amendments; others are not expected to be affected in a material way.

Importers of bulk HFCs: Importers will be required to comply with the Amendments by reducing the quantity of imported HFCs in CO2e. It is expected that the import of specific alternative substances will be driven by demand from manufacturers and end users, and any costs due to higher substance prices will be passed on to these groups.

Manufacturers of products containing HFCs: Manufacturers will not be directly affected by the Amendments, but will need to manufacture products with HFC alternatives in some cases, due to the

reduced availability of high-GWP HFCs.

Companies servicing equipment with HFC alternatives: These will not be directly regulated but will likely need to obtain alternative substances. In cases where equipment requires regular maintenance, it is expected that any incremental maintenance costs due to higher alternative substance prices will be passed on to end users.

Regulatory compliance

As bulk importers comply with the amended phase-down schedule in the Amendments, the annual supply of high-GWP HFCs for domestic consumption will be reduced. In response to this reduced supply, manufacturers of products containing HFCs are expected to respond by switching to alternatives with lower GWPs. For the purposes of modelling, the phase-down was assumed to affect all subsectors proportionately. In reality, it is likely that some subsectors will have more challenges than others in transitioning to low-GWP alternatives; therefore, the reductions will not be equally distributed.

GHG emission reduction benefits

The Amendments will decrease bulk imports of HFCs, reducing the supply of HFCs and restricting their use by product manufacturers. As the manufacturing of products containing HFCs shifts to HFC alternatives with lower GWP, a reduction in GHG emissions (in CO2 equivalent) from HFCs will be expected.

The amending Regulations now in place can be found published here. Fact sheets and general information on Phase-out of HCFC and HCFC as fire-extinguishing agent is also published on the Government of Canada webpage here.

CBSA D-memorandum D19-7-2 provides guidelines concerning importation and exportation of ozone-depleting substances and HFCs. ?

For more information or you have any questions contact:
Chemical Production Division
Department of the Environment
351 Saint-Joseph Boulevard, 19th Floor
Gatineau, Quebec
K1A?0H3
Email: ec.gestionhalocarbures-halocarbonsmanagement.ec@canada.ca

Regulatory Analysis and Valuation Division
Department of the Environment
200 Sacré-C?ur Boulevard
Gatineau, Quebec
K1A?0H3
Email: ec.darv-ravd.ec@canada.ca

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