USMCA Chapter 84
Machinery, Equipment & Computers
An informative webinar presented by Braumiller Law Group Of Counsel, Jim Holbein
(He ran the NAFTA trade dispute settlement process while at the U.S. Department of Commerce)
Tuesday, August 25th, 11:00 a.m. – noon EDT
The USMCA will implement a variety of changes in the procedures and regulations governing customs processing of goods. Chapter 84 covers a broad spectrum of machinery and equipment that will be subject to these new rules. We will provide insight into:
- The coverage of the chapter – a major industrial sector
- Changes in the rules of origin that impact the auto sector and parts and machinery for autos
- Changes in the rules of origin, especially the regional value content (RVC)
- Methods for calculating RVC
- New rules covering ADP machines (computers)
- Other issues in customs administration and facilitation that impact the machinery sector.
Read Jim’s latest article on the topic: https://www.braumillerlaw.com/usmca-and-chapter-84-what-you-need-to-know/
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Meet the Speaker:
James Holbein, Of Counsel
Braumiller Law Group, PLLC
Jim Holbein has decades of experience in trade negotiating, trade policy development, tariff nomenclature and administration, customs enforcement, international trade dispute settlement, and import compliance. In his most recent federal position he managed the development of tariff nomenclature for all Section 301 tariffs and exclusions, Miscellaneous Tariff Bills, for non-legal statistical breakouts to help firms isolate trade volumes for specific products, and supervised U.S. representation to the World Customs Organization making changes to the Harmonized System.
Jim is a former Federal Executive with more than 30 years of government experience, who most recently was responsible for supervising a professional staff maintaining the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the U.S. at the International Trade Commission (ITC). He ran the NAFTA trade dispute settlement process while at the U.S. Department of Commerce. He was a diplomat and trade negotiator for the U.S. Department of State. He is the author of more than 25 books, articles and conference papers dealing with international trade and dispute settlement. Read Jim’s full bio here.
This webinar is approved for
1 CCS/CES/MES credit.