As of Sunday, February 13, 2022, the Department of State has suspended consular services at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv and issued a travel advisory.
As of July 18, 2022, the U.S. Commercial Service has resumed providing some virtual services to U.S. companies on a limited basis.
U.S. Commercial Service in Ukraine
As of Thursday, February 24, the U.S. Commercial Service has also suspended its virtual services and business counseling responses may be delayed until further notice.
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If you are experiencing issues with your transactions in Ukraine, please contact UkraineAction@trade.gov.
The U.S. Commercial Service continues to provide business counseling to U.S. companies seeking information on the Ukrainian market, although responses may be delayed.
Commercial Service Ukraine
As of July 18, the U.S. Commercial Service has resumed providing some virtual services to U.S. companies on a limited basis.
The situation in Ukraine evolves daily. The Ukrainian Government, U.S. Government, international partners, and allies are all coordinating closely to best support Ukraine’s continued resilience in the face of Russia’s brutal invasion and ongoing attacks.
Please contact your local Commercial Service Office to start the discussion on what approach may be the best approach for your business.
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There are several mechanisms supporting Ukraine’s resiliency and reconstruction. External links to more information, to register your company’s interest in participating, and procurement efforts include:
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The international business community in Ukraine is dynamic and continues to actively support their employees and the country in a time of unprecedented challenges.
The U.S. Government is not tracking corporate donations.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is tracking the U.S. corporate response to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. If your company is supporting the response, your company may share your efforts with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation through its Corporate Aid Tracker Submission form.
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U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is ramping up humanitarian assistance to help people affected by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Their Center for International Disaster Information site lists reputable relief organizations that need donations and resources for would-be disaster volunteers. Note: USAID indicates that the most effective way to assist relief efforts is by making cash contributions.
USAID Disaster Response
Find trade events and webinars regarding Ukraine.
Commerce has assessed the circumstances of current antidumping duty (AD) cases involving products from Ukraine and, in March 2022, tolled (i.e., paused) all activities and deadlines for a period of 90 days to provide flexibility to Ukrainian respondents. Currently, there are six active (AD) proceedings:
- two administrative reviews of Commerce’s AD order on oil country tubular goods (covering the 2020/2021 and 2021/2022 periods);
- an administrative review of Commerce’s AD order on seamless carbon and alloy steel standard line and pressure pipe (covering the 2021/2022 period);
- an administrative review of Commerce’s AD order on prestressed concrete steel wire strand (covering the 2020/2022 period);
- a sunset review of the AD order on carbon and alloy steel wire rod; and
- an AD suspension agreement on certain cut-to-length steel plate.
Further information on each case is available on Enforcement and Compliance’s Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Centralized Electronic Service System (ACCESS). Once you log in, please refer to case numbers: A-823-815, A-823-819, A-823-817, A-823-816, and A-823-808.