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Supply Chain Edge: Tariffs made a comeback, flooding in Brazil

Ags - Fruit/Veg 135 Brazil 400 Cambodia 24 Canada 498 China 2982 Cons. Discr. - Autos 1190 Cons. Discr. - Durables 521 Cons. Discr. - Retailing 474 Consumer Staples 766 Energy - Renewables 188 Indonesia 102 Info Tech - Tech Hardware 807 Malaysia 148 Mexico 891 Mode - Containerized 1479 Mode - Rail 115 Strikes 70 Tariffs 1804 Thailand 135 U.S. 5329 Vietnam 378

• New tariffs by the US administration of President Joe Biden look to shore up some of the gaps in the Section 301 and 201 implementations on China, targeting batteries, electric vehicles (EVs), solar panels, gantry cranes and more. Batteries are the most affected, with 71.5% of US imports from China. Stellantis NV is going to the source, in Indonesia, to get materials for its battery supply chain, while Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. wants to get back to just-in-time strategies.
• Solar duties are about to tighten, with exemptions for panels from Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Cambodia fr...

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