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February 25, 2008 

House Trade Subcommittee Announces Deadline for Comments on Miscellaneous Tariff and Duty Suspension Bills

Chairman Sander M. Levin (D-MI) and Ranking Member Wally Herger (R-CA) of the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Trade today announced that the Trade Subcommittee is requesting written comments on the 806 miscellaneous tariff and duty suspension bills that have been introduced in this session of Congress.

The deadline for the submission of public comments is April 10, 2008. After the comment period, the Subcommittee will review all comments and determine which bills should be included in a miscellaneous tariff bill package. The Subcommittee will consider the extent to which the bills create a revenue loss, operate retroactively, attract controversy or are not administrable.

Public comments must be submitted to the Subcommittee in PDF format by e-mail. Click here for details on how to submit comments.

An Excel file containing a summary of the 806 miscellaneous tariff and duty suspension bills can be found here.

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