Tag Archives: USMCA

Coronavirus and Trade – US Perspective; What Comes Next?

Updated on March 19, 2020 The coronavirus outbreak has caused severe, but widely varying disruptions across the US economy, including increased consumer demand of particular goods, reduced production due to lack of key inputs from abroad or quarantined employees, and dramatic US stock market drops responding to unprecedented levels of uncertainty. … Continue Reading

International Trade and Policy Discussion in Phoenix – February 25, 2020

Join us along with the Greater Phoenix Economic Council for a substantive discussion on hot-button issues in international trade and policy that will directly impact Arizona businesses across a range of industries. This discussion will feature Ludmilla L. Kasulke, who is an experienced trade lawyer based in our Washington DC office. Topics will include an … Continue Reading

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
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