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In press interviews, Mexico's Economy Minister, Ildefonso Guajardo, has said that while US president-elect Donald Trump's threatened import tariffs are a global problem, Mexico will have to be prepared to retaliate immediately with its own measures. Read Full Story
Cross-border tariffs between New Zealand and Korea were scaled back further on January 1, 2017, with the second installment of tax cuts under their free trade agreement. Read Full Story
On January 11, the US International Trade Commission began accepting comments on petitions it has received seeking import duty suspensions and reductions in accordance with the new Miscellaneous Tariff Bill process. Read Full Story
On January 11, during his first press conference since the election, President-elect Donald Trump reemphasized his plan for import tariffs on US multinational companies that move their production abroad at the cost of US jobs and then sell products back into the United States. Read Full Story
European Council President Donald Tusk has said that the EU hopes to launch free trade negotiations with New Zealand this year. Read Full Story
The European Union has introduced a new system of certification of origin of goods that will be applied under its Generalised System of Preference tariff reduction scheme. Read Full Story
A third round of tariff reductions under the Australia-China free trade agreement went into effect on January 1, 2017. Read Full Story
A pro-Brexit consortium of business leaders has written to EU chambers of commerce to seek support in lobbying EU governments to support the conclusion of a generous free trade agreement for the UK. Read Full Story
The European Union and Ukraine have hailed the benefits of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area applied as part of their Association Agreement. Read Full Story
China introduced import and export duty changes from January 1 to boost innovation-driven development and put the country's tariff structure "more in line with the needs of international trade development." Read Full Story
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