The ongoing trade war between the United States and China has not only imposed tariffs on billions of dollars of goods, but it has brought to the surface long-simmering disputes regarding unfair trade practices. With negotiations between the countries proving difficult and, at best, only incremental progress in resolving the dispute, U.S. businesses looking to survive these uncharted waters are evaluating their import, export and supply-chain practices with increasing scrutiny and creativity.
In this webinar, Kristi Zenter and Heather Marx from the law firm of Cozen O'Connor bring you up to date on the latest developments in the trade war and arm you with strategies to evaluate your supply chain and import practices, so that your business can more readily adapt to the continually-evolving trade landscape.
We examine how the trade war, not only with China but with the passage of the new USMCA agreement, has affected American businesses in the global marketplace, outline the recent changes in customs practices and court rulings, and discuss how successful businesses are responding to the new developments in anti-dumping and countervailing duty measures.
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