Please join international trade attorney, Melissa Proctor, on September 25th at 1pm EDT, who will be presenting a webinar for the Export Compliance Training Institute (ECTI) entitled “U.S./China Trade War: Recent Developments and Avoiding Supply Chain Disruptions.”

U.S. importers continue to find themselves in very interesting (if not troubling) times from a global trade point of view as a result of the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and China. 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 often times 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.

 

To register, please visit ECTI’s website at:

 

In this webinar, Ms. Proctor will provide a detailed discussion on the most recent developments in the U.S./China trade war. She will also recommend strategies for minimizing supply chain disruptions. Specific topics will include key updates on:

  • Product Lists 1, 2, 3, and Proposed List 4
  • The Section 301 Unfair Trade Practice Tariffs on Chinese Imports
  • Requesting Product Exclusions from U.S. Tariff Actions
  • Learning from Recent Product Exclusion Approvals (and Denials)
  • S. Customs Entry and Clearance Requirements for Affected Products
  • Enforcement by U.S. Customs and Border Protection
  • Retaliation by the U.S., Allies, and Trading Partners and WTO Challenges
  • Mitigating the Impact of the Section 301 Tariffs on Your Business

 

Melissa Proctor has been advising companies for nearly 25 years on the 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.

Webinar Details:

Date:               September 25, 2019 from 1:00pm – 2:30pm EDT
Length:            1 hour 30 minutes (1 hour of commentary + 30-minute Q&A)

To register, please visit ECTI’s website at: