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Biography for Tim Warren

Tim Warren is Managing Editor of International Trade Today, Export Compliance Daily and Trade Law Daily. He has led the International Trade Today editorial team since it was purchased by Warren Communications News in 2012 and was on the staff of Communications Daily before that. Tim is a 2005 graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts and lives in Maryland with his wife and three kids.

Recent Articles by Tim Warren

Top ITT Articles You May Have Missed From Last Week

International Trade Today is providing readers with the top stories from June 7-11 in case they were missed. All articles can be found by searching on the titles or by clicking on the hyperlinked reference number.Subscribe to Read >>

Treasury Dept. Regulatory Agenda Includes Details on USMCA Rule on Non-Preferential Origin Determinations

The Treasury Department published its spring 2021 regulatory agenda for CBP. The agenda includes some details about a proposal to change USMCA rules for non-preferential origin determinations for merchandise imported from Canada or Mexico. The proposal was previously disclosed by…Subscribe to Read >>

Top ITT Articles You May Have Missed From Last Week

International Trade Today is providing readers with the top stories from June 1-4 in case they were missed. All articles can be found by searching on the titles or by clicking on the hyperlinked reference number.Subscribe to Read >>

As EAPA Enforcement Grows, Process Seen 'Star Chamber Proceeding' Driven by Competitor Allegations

Coinciding with an increased use of CBP's Enforce and Protect Act process for investigating possible antidumping and/or countervailing duty evasion is a feeling among importers that EAPA action is largely skewed toward the alleger. “Typically, the first notice the importer…Subscribe to Read >>

Ford SEC Filing Discloses Possible CBP Penalty of Up to $1.3 Billion for Van Classification Issue

CBP may issue a penalty of up to $1.3 billion to Ford Motor Co. related to the company's classification of passenger wagons that were converted to Ford Transit cargo vans, Ford said in a June 3 Securities and Exchange Commission…Subscribe to Read >>