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Fabricated Steel Case May Build Up USMCA Risks

The U.S. government will proceed with an investigation into alleged dumping of structural steel from China, Canada and Mexico. The case may prove controversial in the context of attempts to ratify the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement given attempts by Canada and Mexico to remove the U.S. section 2... Read more →


Vietnam May Be Winning the U.S.-China Trade War

Continued uncertainties about the outcome to the U.S.-China trade war may be leading companies to accelerate changes in their supply chains to include sourcing from other countries. Vietnam has been one beneficiary of that process over the longer-term. That’s led electricals and electron... Read more →


Bad Start For Shipping Means Continued Bad Luck For Shipyards

Global shipbuilding continued to see a precipitous decline in its fortunes in February after exports from China, Japan and South Korea fell 33.1% year over year to $3.40 billion. That made for the worst month of February since at least 2008 even though there was a turnaround in fortunes for Ja... Read more →


Tariff Leniency Request Backlog Could Jump to 35 Months

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is due to announce a process for providing exemptions to tariffs on Chinese exports that were applied in September. There are two major issues to be addressed. First is that the whole process could become unnecessary if U.S.-China trade talks reach a... Read more →

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