All tariffs articles

  • Supply chain shipping

    Five strategies for reducing tariff costs in the global supply chain


    Recent events beyond the pandemic have global supply chains responding to a whole new compliance regulatory landscape. A panel of experts at a recent industry event explain where to look for potential cost savings.

  • Article

    Q&A: Talking export compliance with ManTech


    We caught up with Maria Assusa, director of corporate trade compliance at ManTech, to learn more about the company’s trade compliance program, what challenges it’s facing with the current trade sanctions environment, and lessons learned along the way.

  • Blog

    EU retaliates against U.S. steel, aluminum tariffs


    The European Commission adopted on June 20 a regulation putting in place the EU’s rebalancing measures in response to U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum. The measures will immediately target a list of products worth €2.8 billion (U.S. $3.2 billion) and will come into effect on June 22.

  • Blog

    China strikes back on trade tariffs with duties on U.S. products


    China has launched a counter-offensive in the escalating trade war initiated by the United States, announcing additional tariffs in response to duties on its imports into the U.S. Covered products include oil, coal, soybeans, and whiskey.

  • Trumprefuse

    Tariffs on/tariffs off: a compliance nightmare


    In this world of tariffs on/tariffs off, dealing with compliance issues under the current U.S. administration has become not just a nightmare for compliance officers in the United States, but also for those in the United Kingdom, Europe, Canada, and Mexico.

  • Blog

    Mexico announces retaliatory tariffs targeting U.S.


    Mexico has announced trade retaliation efforts against the United States, a response to recent steel and aluminum tariffs put in place by the Trump administration.

  • Blog

    Trump’s tariffs inch U.S. closer to a multinational trade war


    The White House on Thursday announced new steel and aluminum tariffs imposed on Canada, Mexico, and the European Union. Those countries are now threatening retaliation with targeted tariffs of their own.

  • Blog

    A mixed assessment of steel, aluminum tariff plan


    President Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum is drawing a wide range of domestic reactions, from joy to outrage, and skepticism that global surcharges could spark a trade war without truly targeting the problem of Chinese over-production.

  • Blog

    Institute of Directors offers its ideas on navigating Brexit


    Handling the heavy lifting of a proper Brexit is going to be no small task, especially since nobody wants a great “vacuum period” between the U.K. Great Repeal Bill and whatever regulations are to follow.

  • Article

    What U.S. companies are saying about U.S. trade policy


    The Trump administration’s swift changes in trade policy are likely to complicate global trade management compliance for many businesses. Jaclyn Jaeger has more.