When mitigating the impacts of increasing tariffs, you need to consider 4 important levers – procurement costs, supply chains, customers, and competitors.
The odds are very good for a tumultuous short-term for trade with a renewed and stable trade environment following on its heels.
Here are the actions we could take over the next few years to weather the choppy seas we face now and be ready to sail into the relative calm of the future.
Missed the #TradeElite chat? Catch the recap featuring insights into the impacts of new tariffs, sources for staying up to date on the latest developments, and steps to take to ensure your contingency plan can protect your business.
If you are worried about the possible effects of tariffs and trade wars on your international business you are not alone. Check out our #TradeElite Twitter chat recap below for insights from global trade experts.
President Trump has also threatened to impose a 45% tariff on Chinese imports – how would this work, and what would be your options to bypass it?
Tariffs are taxes that countries impose on imported products for one of two major purposes: protectionism or social change. To avoid getting overcharged at the border, learn the tariff rules for imports better than the customs agents.
Besides commercial and transport documents, exporters must organize certificates, documents and approvals for international shipping to satisfy customs.
Current supply chain trends are being shaped by efforts to operate smarter, faster, more sustainably and in a more customer-centric manner.
Rising tariffs, counterfeiting and intellectual property theft, and government seizures of vessels are all creating problems in the world of global trade.
As the U.S. and China apply new tariffs and impede trade with one another, we’ll examine their building trade war and how it affects international trade.