U.S, EU Boating Community Issues Plea to End Retaliatory Tariffs on Boats
The 25 percent levy on U.S.-built boats exported to the EU has cost American manufacturers $400 million, the groups say.
Boats Avoid Canada’s Retaliatory Tariffs Against U.S.
The Trump Administration has reimposed aluminum tariffs.
NMMA: Recent trade agreements positive but not enough
The USMCA and a “Phase One” tariff agreement with China are a good start, the trade association said, but much more needs to be done.
China announces it will cut tariffs on some goods amid trade talks
The Wall Street Journal reports that Beijing will lower import tariffs on frozen pork, pharmaceuticals and some high-tech components starting Jan. 1.
Trump administration and China reach initial deal on tariffs
The agreement cancels tariffs on some products and reduces others by half.
‘Phase one’ of China tariff relief could happen this week
The new agreement could help many U.S. marine businesses that import products and source parts from China.
Metstrade 2019: U.S. ambassador hears about the impact of EU tariffs
Pete Hoekstra, a former Congressman whose district included S2 Yachts and Four Winns, learns about the economic hardships the EU tariffs have caused to some U.S. boat builders.
Tariff exclusion process on fishing tackle starts today
The American Sportfishing Association is encouraging members to apply immediately.
U.S. boat and engine exports up 15 percent in 2018, despite tariffs
Tariffs did curtail exports by 24 percent to Canada, Mexico and the European Union during the second half of the year, according to an NMMA report.
Section 301 List 3 Tariff Exclusion Requests Close Sept. 30
U.S. manufacturers have three potential avenues for tariff removal.