The Moment of Truth Has Arrived -- "Made In Taiwan" Now Qualifies Under the TAA


In early July, we discussed that fact that Taiwan would soon be an approved country of origin for purposes of the Trade Agreements Act. This was, in our view, good news and a welcome development.

Many others thought so, too. All summer, we have received emails and phone calls from friends and strangers alike asking questions along the lines of: “Are you serious?” “Is this too good to be true?” “Did it ever actually happen (or did that asteroid from Armageddon fall from space and incinerate the only copy of the original, signed international agreement)?” Well… to answer these questions (in order)....

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