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USTR to Review Turkey's GSP Trade Preferences After Tariff Retaliation
August 30, 2018

The Trump administration is reviewing Turkey's duty-free trade access to US markets under the Generalized System of Preferences after Turkey imposed retaliatory tariffs on $1.78 billion of US goods in response to American steel and aluminum tariffs.  The review could affect $1.66 billion worth of Turkish imports into the United States that benefited from the GSP program last year, including motor vehicles and parts, jewelry, precious metals and stone products.  The Office of the US Trade Representative said the review is being conducted due to concerns about Turkey's compliance with the program after it targeted only US goods and not those of other countries.

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Exclusions from the Section 301 additional tariffs on imports from China for 99 medical care products needed to address the COVID-19 pandemic are being extended through Sept. 30, 2021. These exclusions were scheduled to expire March 31; however, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative has determined that these items are needed to combat the pandemic.

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