A product, such as a widget, is imported into the US from country A.

The US levies a countervailing duty on widgets from country A. There are no antidumping duties.

The widget is re-exported by truck to Canada. So it must cross the US-Canada border. There are no countervailing duties on the widget in Canada.

Is the widget subject to the US countervailing duty? If it is, is there a refund available on the US countervailing duty?

Thanks for any help!

  • Country A is not Mexico. It can be a European country, African country, etc. – Garp Jul 6 '20 at 20:32
  • I do not believe that there is an answer at this level of generality. Tariffs and duty requirements are typically specific to fine grained categories of goods. – ohwilleke Aug 4 '20 at 17:59

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