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TAA Trade Agreements Act

CJK

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Oct 18, 2018
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Hi all, I am trying to understand the Trade Agreement Act, which regulates trade between most countries, but rules out China. Our company's headquarters and warehouse are in China, so this applies to us.

I wonder:
1. Most of our orders are well over $3,000. Also, our products have to do with providing resources that the US needs (electricity/electrical reactors). Can we qualify for a TAA exemption?
2. Some have no problems doing business with us, even though we are Chinese. For the first time, however, we were turned down, because of this TAA matter. Why do some companies abide by TAA and others don't?
3. Is this the right forum for this kind of question? And, if not, which forum could I go to to post questions like this?

Would appreciate your responses.

Thank you,

CJ
 
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