Export Compliance Training Institute I PRESENTS: U.S. / China Trade War: Recent Developments & Avoiding Supply Chain Disruptions Webinar
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U.S. importers continue to find themselves in very interesting (if not troubling) times from a global
trade point of view. Increased U.S. tariffs on imports of certain Chinese-origin imports, as well as
retaliatory tariffs imposed by China on U.S. exports, continue to rattle companies and their supply
chain partners. As developments have been swift and oftentimes erratic, companies continue striving
to digest the latest news, assess potential impacts on their current operations, and develop strategies
for succeeding in both the long and short-terms. International trade attorney Melissa Proctor of Miller
Proctor Law PLLC will provide a detailed discussion on the most recent developments in the U.S. /
China trade war and will recommend strategies for minimizing supply chain disruptions. Ms. Proctor
will draw upon her 25 years’ experience to discuss a full range of issues involving the customs laws
and regulations, export controls, embargoes and economic sanctions compliance, anti-corruption/anti-
bribery compliance, and other government agency requirements relating to the cross-border
movement of goods, information and services. She will cover key updates on Product Lists 1, 2, 3,
and Proposed List 4, Section 301 Unfair Trade Practice Tariffs on Chinese Imports, requesting
product exclusions from U.S. Tariff Actions, and MUCH more!
This webinar will provide PowerPoint slides and include live video and commentary, with a Q & A session
following the presentation.
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