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Enforce and Protect Act(EAPA)

Enforce And Protect Act (EAPA) | What is it, Proceeding, Benefits & More

The Enforce and Protect Act of 2015 (EAPA), empowers the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to initiate an investigation of whether any company has evaded anti-dumping and countervailing (AD/CVD) duties in an on the record investigation. Read More

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Duty vs Tariff - What's the Difference?

Duty vs Tariff - What's the Difference?

Duties are indirect taxes levied by the government on goods and services manufactured and sold within their country on imported goods whereas tariffs are direct taxes imposed by the government on goods imported from a different country. Read More

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Landed Cost | Definition, Formula, and Calculation

Landed Cost | Definition, Formula, and Calculation

A landed cost or landed price is the total cost sustained while transporting a product from the supplier to its intended destination.The landed cost is calculated per unit and reflects the total cost of each unit instead of the entire shipment. Read More

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Anti-Dumping Duty - Meaning, How to Calculate & Example

Anti-Dumping Duty | What Is It, Calculation, Example & More

Anti-dumping duty is a duty levied on goods manufactured in foreign countries and imported in US. These imports have a lower price than the fair market value of the same or similar goods in the domestic market. Read More

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What are Countervailing Duties And How Do They Work?

What are Countervailing Duties And How Do They Work?

Countervailing duty or additional duty of customs is levied to offset the disadvantage to goods from certain countries due to high excise duty on their inputs.The imposition of countervailing duty is an attempt to ensure that the imported prices are brought to their actual market price. Read More