UPDATE: 8/21/20—CBP has announced a 45-day extension for the transition of Hong Kong goods to be marked as a product of China. The new effective date is November 9, 2020.
Starting September 25, 2020 goods produced in Hong Kong will need to be marked as a product of China, according to a notice from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). This change is a result of the executive order back in July that ended Hong Kong’s preferential treatment. It is still unclear if Section 301 tariffs will apply to these products.
We will keep you informed of any updates, as we receive them. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please reach out to Mohawk Global Trade Advisors.