How to Survive the Trade War If You’re an American Firm in Asia



Michelle Jamrisko | Bloomberg

U.S. firms operating in Asia are adapting to global trade uncertainty with a range of survival tactics, from re-branding products to tweaking their supply chains. “All of the tools in the toolbox are being utilized,” said Cindy Owens, an associate at law firm Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow and member of trade group AmCham Singapore. Her clients are pursuing a lot of “nuts and bolts” solutions as some of the bigger-picture questions remain unresolved, she said.