- The European Union*
- The United Kingdom*
*In June 2021, the European Union and the United Kingdom announced a five year suspension of retaliatory tariffs related to the WTO Large Civil Aircraft dispute with the United States. All tariff lines relevant to the dispute will be suspended while both parties work with the U.S. toward an agreeable resolution to the dispute.
To assist U.S. companies in identifying those exports impacted by foreign retaliatory tariffs, the Department of Commerce’s Industry & Analysis unit has compiled the following resources:
- Foreign Retaliations Database is a searchable list of all products currently known to be subject to foreign retaliatory measures
- Foreign Retaliation Timeline offers a detailed history of current foreign retaliatory measures in effect by country
The information set forth above regarding foreign retaliatory measures has been provided as a public service for general reference. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information presented is complete and accurate as of September 6, 2023. The information will be updated as new developments occur.
The actual tariff classification and assessment of duties is determined by customs authorities in the relevant foreign country. Moreover, countries may elect to increase tariffs or otherwise amend tariff treatment at any time. For definitive guidance, parties should contact the government customs agency in the appropriate foreign country.
To the extent retaliatory measures impact agriculture exports, please consult the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Global Agriculture Information Network (GAIN) reports.
For additional information on China Section 301 investigations, please visit USTR’s official Section 301 website.