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    China Section 301 Tariffs list 3 exclusion process opens Sunday

    2019-06-26T13:31:00Z

    Web portal for submitting exclusion requests will open at mid-day on Sunday, 30 June,

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    Yeargin: Tariffs hurting Floridians US$178m so far

    2019-06-20T13:34:00Z

    In his latest salvo against the Trump Administration’s tariff wars, Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin warns the President’s policies are hurting both his economic gains and the very people he is trying to help.

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    Trump defends Chinese tariffs

    2019-06-11T13:48:00Z

    President Donald Trump continues sabre rattling on the trade war front, threatening more tariffs on China while defending the tariffs his administration has put into place globally, while the Chinese are allegedly avoiding tariffs on some goods by way of Vietnam.

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    New Zealand drops daily anchorage fee

    2019-06-11T11:11:00Z

    Auckland Council has dropped a proposed daily anchoring fee that would have seen superyachts and other foreign-flagged vessels of over 40m billed each time they anchored within Auckland’s navigable waters. Industry association NZ Marine worked closely with the Council to ensure the tax was dropped.

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    Calls for Missouri motorboat ban to be enforced four years after approval

    2019-06-10T12:59:00Z

    Horsepower limits and a complete motor ban approved for Missouri’s Ozark National Scenic Riverway have yet to be enacted

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    US bans private boating to Cuba

    2019-06-05T13:50:00Z

    The Trump Administration on Tuesday banned most US travel to Cuba under the so-called ‘group people-to-people educational travel,’ to pressure the Communist island over its support for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

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    Recreational boating industry reels at proposed Mexico tariffs

    2019-06-04T13:40:00Z

    President Trump’s threat last week that he would impose additional tariffs on all goods from Mexico in order to force the government there to help curb illegal immigration into the United States has the recreational boating industry reeling and could jeopardize adoption of the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

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    Florida tops in boat thefts

    2019-06-03T07:49:00Z

    The state of Florida is consistently number one in boat registrations, so it stands to reason it would be the top state for boat thefts as well – and for the third straight year, it is.

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    Trump announces new tariff on Mexican goods

    2019-05-31T12:29:00Z

    US president Donald Trump raised eyebrows on Thursday when he took to Twitter to announce plans to impose a new 5% tariff on all goods imported from Mexico effective June 10.

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    Australian MIA to ban single-use plastics at marinas by 2025

    2019-05-29T07:59:00Z

    The Australian Marinas Industries Association (MIA) has joined the global fight against plastic waste by announcing at its Marinas19 Conference a new policy aimed at eliminating single-use plastics in the country’s marinas. The conference, held every two years, ran from May 27-28 at the Sea World Resort in Southport on ...