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China’s unreliable entities list could put U.S. logistics providers at risk

China 2971 Cons. Discr. - Apparel 494 Cons. Discr. - Durables 513 Corp - Forwarders 340 Mode - Containerized 1468 Mode - Seaborne 1801 Sanctions 162 Trade Deals 1000 U.S. 5317

Rhetoric between China and the U.S. is worsening. The Chinese government has threatened to put an “unreliable entities list” in place to target companies that “fail to comply with market rules, deviate from the spirit of the contract” and other criteria. The list may be deployed against U.S. companies as part of a restart of the trade war between the two countries. Services, rather than goods, are more likely to be targeted and may include logistics firms. Most U.S. logistics firms don’t split revenues by country, leaving China as a proportion of U.S. seaborne imports as one proxy for ex...

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