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Both Amazon and Walmart unsuccessfully lobbied against the latest rules and pushed for a delay in their implementation. The U.S. government too urged India to protect the investments of the two retailers, Reuters reported last week. But Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration stood firm as the move was widely seen as one to appease small traders in the run-up to a general election due by May. Industry sources have said the new rules will dent foreign investor sentiment and force the big online retailers to change their business structures, raising compliance costs.
“The company has no choice as they are fulfilling a compliance requirement, the customers will suffer,” said one of the sources, “It is very upsetting for foreign investors.”, Both companies have bet heavily on India being a big growth driver: Amazon has committed to investing $5.5 billion there, while Walmart last year spent $16 billion on Flipkart, sterling at sign cufflinks Amazon’s own range of Presto-branded home cleaning goods and other Amazon Basics products such as chargers and batteries vanished from its website late on Thursday..
Clothing from Indian department store chain Shopper’s Stop was also no longer available, as Amazon owns 5 percent of the company. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), which supported tougher scrutiny of large e-commerce players, said the removal of products by Amazon was a step in the “right direction”. Exclusive deals with sellers, in compliance with the revised rules, will also be discontinued on Amazon India, the two sources said. It was unclear how long the disruption will last. On Friday, Amazon’s own range of Echo smart speakers, which were earlier removed as they were sold by a company affiliate, returned for sale via other sellers on the platform.
HOUSTON(Reuters) - U.S, metals importers that applied last year for exemptions from tariffs on steel and aluminum are losing hope the Commerce Department will approve their petitions, as the recent government shutdown added to a wait that for some has stretched to eight months without a sterling at sign cufflinks ruling, Importers, ranging from pipeline giant Kinder Morgan Inc to a steel tube manufacturer Sanitube, have submitted some 64,000 requests to avoid tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum that President Trump ordered last March, according to the latest Commerce Department data obtained by Reuters, The sheer number of requests, a late decision to allow appeals and the 35-day government shutdown that ended last week, have left more than half the petitions without a decision..
When the Trump administration evoked a rarely-used national security clause to impose the tariffs, it offered relief to companies that struggled to find home-made substitutes and many importers were optimistic they could secure exemptions. Yet out of the 64,000 requests submitted by hundreds of companies, the administration has so far approved around 14,700 and rejected 5,450, according to Commerce. Around 10,000 have been returned without action due to filing errors, Commerce said. Now, some importers say they have all but given up on relief, assuming higher prices are there to stay, acting as a lasting drag on their business and, more broadly, on the whole economy.
Sanitube LLC, a Florida-based supplier of stainless steel tubes for the food and other industries filed two similarly-worded exclusion requests for different sized products last year, One application, for a much larger volume, was denied as “incomplete” and the other was granted, Sanitube sterling at sign cufflinks President Todd Adams, estimates that denial had cost it hundreds of thousands of dollars, “I’ve basically written it off,” Adams told Reuters, He said he still planned to re-submit a request for relief, but called the quest to overturn the initial rejection “a pet project.”..
“I’ve moved on,” Adams said. Texas-based Heat Transfer Tubular Products, which makes parts for the oil and gas industry, lost a ruling last year and has not even sought a reconsideration, said Janese Sokulski, vice president of sales. As decisions on requests for relief drag on, companies are passing on as much of the extra cost as they can to consumers, while absorbing the rest. Some foreign suppliers are also covering some of the costs to stay competitive in the U.S. market. While the tariffs helped curb imports and bolster domestic steel industry, they have increased costs for auto, construction, food service and energy companies. The Federal Reserve’s Jan. 16 “Beige Book” snapshot of economic conditions pointed to tariffs as contributing to rising costs in several regions of the United States.
Originally, the government said most exemption applications could be processed in about 90 days, But an uproar over the number denied led to an extended review process for contested applications and significantly longer wait times, “I think the Trump Administration’s method is burnout, There is a path towards exemption, but it’s very difficult,” said Lisa Goldenberg, president of wholesale steel distribution firm sterling at sign cufflinks Delaware Steel Company, which works closely with steel market participants..
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