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Last week, the United States Trade Representative's (USTR) office increased tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports from 10% to 25%, effective at 12:01 am, on May 10. On Monday, May 13th, USTR posted the draft Federal Register notice announcing the proposed list #4 China 301 tariffs. The proposed 25% tariffs cover approximately $300 billion worth of Chinese imports, including musical instruments.
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Successful businesses seize opportunities. That’s why the Top 100 Dealers attend our industry’s mid-year gathering, in Music City, Tennessee. Summer NAMM provides the tools you need to grow your business, including free professional development, innovative demo opportunities and dynamic networking sessions.
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IMSTA (International Music Software Trade Association) founder and music industry veteran, Ray Williams sat down with NAMM to offer his wisdom about the music software sector. Software.NAMM makes its Summer NAMM debut this year in Nashville, July 18–20.
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This week, The NAMM Foundation recognized 623 school districts in 41 states as among the Best Communities for Music Education (BCME). Now in its 20th year, the program honors schools and school districts for outstanding efforts by teachers, administrators, parents, students, and community leaders and their support for music education.
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Summer NAMM’s mid-year gathering will return to Nashville, July 18–20, 2019, bringing inspiration and innovation. Join us and create sales, connections, content and opportunities to fuel the second half of your year.