2021 Trade Update: Uncertain global scenarios bear watching

With the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) finally resolved in North America, the vast majority of hemispheric trade will continue duty free. Indeed, much of the new agreement has been to standardize and modernize customs procedures throughout our continent to facilitate the free flow of goods.

But now U.S. shippers will be closely tracking ongoing regulatory issues with China and Southeast Asia, as well as the looming showdown between the United Kingdom and the European Union over Brexit.

https://www.logisticsmgmt.com/article/2021_trade_update_uncertain_global_scenarios_bear_watching

Guido Secco
Author: Guido Secco

Bachelor of Business Administration with a Postgraduate Degree in Marketing & Finance in Florida Southern in the USA, Post Degree in Supply Chain Management. 18+ years of professional experience in the areas of Supply Chain, Foreign Trade and International Business. Professional in Management / Projects in Logistics and Supply Chain. MBA courses in Design Thinking, Harvard method of Negotiation, Social Media Marketing, Digital Transformation and Masterclass IEP by the European Institute of Posgrado.

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