At this time, many companies are engaged in a complex overhaul of their logistics and production concepts. The US-China trade conflict, will still be in place after this pandemic, and will encourage companies to both look closer to home for their production, as well as to evaluate the benefit of having alternative sources. Countries like Canada, Mexico or Latin America will seem more attractive after this experience to U.S. companies. In Europe, sourcing within the EU makes much more sense once the factors of reliability and local access are properly factored into cost comparisons.
The global trade landscape has been forever changed
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Section 301 and a new opportunity for various exclusions
USMCA, and how the pandemic has changed the landscape for inclusion, and point of origin
New guidelines for supply chain security
What it means to be compliant
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Jim Holbein has decades of experience in trade negotiating, trade policy development, tariff nomenclature and administration, customs enforcement, international trade dispute settlement, and import compliance. In his most recent federal position...
Adrienne Braumiller is the founder of Braumiller Law Group PLLC and an innovative force in the international trade law arena. With more than 25 years of experience, she is widely recognized as a leading authority in Customs, import, export,...