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Biography for Brian Feito

Brian Feito, Deputy Managing Editor, is a reporter for International Trade Today and its sister publication Export Compliance Daily. A licensed customs broker, Brian covers a wide range of subjects including customs and trade-facing product regulation, the courts, antidumping and countervailing duties and Mexico and the European Union. Brian is a graduate of the University of Florida and George Mason University. He joined the staff of Warren Communications News in 2012.

Recent Articles by Brian Feito

USTR Extends Some Lists 1 and 2 Exclusions From Section 301 Tariffs, Leaves Many to Expire Oct. 2

More than 150 exclusions from lists 1 and 2 Section 301 China tariffs are set to expire Oct. 2, after the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative declined to extend them in the days prior to their expiration.Subscribe to Read >>

Forwarder Agrees to Shipper and Importer Verification Requirements in Trademark Settlement With Nike

A New Jersey freight forwarder has agreed to shipper and importer verification requirements, as well as conditions on acting as a go-between for customs brokers and importers, as part of a settlement of a trademark suit filed by Nike in…Subscribe to Read >>

Garlic Importer Ends Racketeering Lawsuit on Chinese Collusion in AD Duty Case

A hotly contested racketeering lawsuit involving antidumping duties on garlic imports from China has reached an end, after Harmoni International opted to drop its case before the Central California U.S. District Court Sept. 16. Lawyers for the defendants in the…Subscribe to Read >>

Recently Proposed AD/CVD Changes Squeeze Importers, Commenters Say

Importers and domestic producers predictably clashed over the Commerce Department’s recently proposed changes to its antidumping and countervailing duty regulations (see 2008120037), in comments recently submitted to the agency. While domestic industry urged Commerce to move forward with the changes…Subscribe to Read >>

USTR Extends Some Lists 1 and 2 Exclusions From Section 301 Tariffs, Leaves Many to Expire Sept. 20

More than 300 exclusions from lists 1 and 2 Section 301 China tariffs are set to expire Sept. 20, after the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative declined to extend them in the run-up to their expiration.Subscribe to Read >>