The escalating trade war between the United States and China, in which President Trump last month introduced tariffs on an additional $200 billion in Chinese imports, has spawned a boom in “creative” workarounds used by manufacturers, retailers and brand owners in China.
Among the tactics currently being deployed are so-called transshipments of Chinese products to places like Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, and Sri Lanka to be relabeled with a new country of origin and then exported to the United States. Likewise, shipments from the United States bound for China have already been reported being rerouted through Canada and Vietnam to avoid the tariffs.
This exclusive webinar will delve into the implications of the escalating trade war on supply chain, logistics, sourcing and manufacturing operations in China.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Greg Hutchins, Founder & Director, PE CERM
- Aleksandra (Sasha) Stasevich, Director of Operations, Blacksmith International
- Adams Lee, Attorney, Harris Bricken
- Robert Olson, Senior Manager Global Trade Advisory Services Hong Kong, Deloitte
- more speakers to be confirmed soon.
The webinar and the discussion will be moderated by Max Henry, Founder & Executive Director of the Global Supply Chain Council (GSCC).
Who should attend: Vice Presidents, Directors, Heads and Senior Managers from all sectors and industries involved in: operations, supply chain, logistics & transportation, trade compliance & customs, and sourcing & procurement in Asia.
- US$ 40 for live webinar (includes the recording after the event is completed)
- Free access for GSCC Members (not a member yet? become one and access all webinars for one full year for FREE! Upgrade now at www.gscc.co/join)
Prices include access to the live webinar, the possibility to ask questions directly to the speakers (during and after the presentations) and the webinar recording.
Can’t attend the live webinar? No problem, the fee include the recording and you can listen to the recorded session at any time after the event.