Background
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative announced May 31 that its intent to extend the deadline by which List 3 goods from China must enter the U.S. to remain subject to a Section 301 additional tariff of 10 percent rather than being subject to a higher tariff of 25 percent. Originally, such goods exported before May 10 had to be entered by June 1 or be subject to the higher tariff rate, but USTR has now extended that entry date to June 15. 

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