Law360 (April 17, 2019, 7:50 PM EDT) -- President Donald Trump’s deluge of tariffs on steel, aluminum and scores of products from China has put import-reliant businesses in a bind as they adjust to the new realities of the White House’s aggressive trade policies and attempt to soften their impact.
Trump’s tariff regime broadly breaks down into two categories: tariffs on steel and aluminum imposed for national security purposes, and the China-specific set of duties placed as part of the administration’s escalating brawl with Beijing that swallowed up much of the past year.
The strategies for dealing with the two sets of tariffs can vary slightly. The metal duties,...
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