Origin Marking And Duty Preference Rules After USMCA

Law360 (February 13, 2020, 5:08 PM EST) -- President Donald Trump recently signed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement Implementation Act into law. The U.S. ratification of the USMCA brings the new trade deal one step closer to its entry into force. The USMCA’s 34 chapters, and various annexes and side letters mean many changes are ahead for the business community operating in the three countries.

There are three important changes the USMCA makes to the North American Free Trade Agreement’s country-of-origin and preference provisions that may not get as much attention as other sections of the deal but are just as mission-critical to any company doing business in the NAFTA region....

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