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The process of tariff exemptions

The process of tariff exemptions

Nov 5, 2018

How does the Commerce Department decide which companies are exempt from tariffs and which ones aren't?  We obtained some documents that offer a glimpse behind the curtain. And speaking of tariffs, amidst trade tensions, China is hoping to rebrand itself…

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China opens trade fair to rebrand itself as an importer

by Jennifer Pak Nov 5, 2018
The world's top exporter aims to trim its trade surplus, but the U.S. and companies want faster liberalization.
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FOIA documents unmask the tariff exemption process

by Phoebe Unterman, Tracey Samuelson, and Janet Nguyen Nov 5, 2018
We obtained Department of Commerce documents to see how applications were approved and denied.
The majority of requests for tariff exemptions have been denied. Above, a steel distribution factory in Monterrey, Mexico.
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Is the IRS prepared for tax filing season?

by Marielle Segarra Nov 5, 2018
The union that represents IRS workers says agency may not be ready for the new tax law.
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Corporate America pushes employees to the polls

by Justin Ho Nov 5, 2018
Some companies are making it easier for employees to vote in tomorrow's midterms.
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Can television shift consciousness? A look inside the HBO show that's working on it

by Phoebe Unterman and Kai Ryssdal Nov 5, 2018
"Random Acts of Flyness," created by Terence Nance, wants to change the way viewers think.
A new show from artist Terence Nance and HBO, "Random Acts of Flyness," dives into a lot of issues you don't often see discussed with such creativity on television, including police brutality and queer relationships.
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How does the Commerce Department decide which companies are exempt from tariffs and which ones aren’t?  We obtained some documents that offer a glimpse behind the curtain. And speaking of tariffs, amidst trade tensions, China is hoping to rebrand itself as a top import country. But can the world’s leading exporter easily change tack? Plus, a look at how some of the largest American companies are trying to get people to the polls tomorrow, and how training, the new tax law and outdated tech are leaving IRS workers feeling behind the curve … as tax season approaches.

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