Tariff Turbulence Alters Importers' Compliance Priorities

By Michelle Schulz and Elsa Manzanares (July 15, 2019, 12:35 PM EDT) -- Just when moving manufacturing from China to Mexico seemed like an option, the threat of U.S. tariffs on Mexico emerged. Despite a reported agreement between Mexico and the Trump administration, the tariff threat admittedly remains an option the administration could use as a negotiating tool in the future. While Mexico has most recently been in the headlines, other countries could be subjected to these tariff threats as well....

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