Tariff Turbulence Alters Importers' Compliance Priorities

Law360 (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.

So what tariffs may lie ahead, and how can companies plan for strategic sourcing when there are so many unknowns? In the face of uncertainty, companies can stay one step ahead by understanding...

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