Tag Archives: trade war

President Trump: “When It Comes to Leverage, Tariffs Are King” – What You Need to Know

Since taking office in January 2017, President Trump has made use of several provisions of US law – including Section 301, targeting unfair trade practices, and Section 232, targeting threats to national security – to bring trading partners to the negotiating table. Major developments over the last two weeks could impact global supply chains across a wide range … Continue Reading

How Do You, Your Suppliers and Customers Fare as Trade Tensions Escalate?

UPDATE: The Tariff Book was updated on May 10, 2019 to reflect an updated action on Section 301 by the Trump Administration that increased tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese products (List 3). How To Use The Tariff Book Because there is so much information included in this Tariff Book, we have made the document fully searchable. … Continue Reading

Expert Panel Discussion on Chinese Investment in the US: The Path Forward

George Grammas, Co-Chair of our International Trade/Global Import and Export Compliance Practice, will join a panel of international trade experts to discuss “International Trade Challenges and Strategies” at China General Chamber of Commerce’s (CGCC) upcoming Legal & Policy Series on October 15 in New York City. Other topics to be discussed by additional speakers include: … Continue Reading
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