Managing the Trump Administration International Trade War: Coping with Section 232 and 301 Tariffs, International Trade Litigation, Heightened Customs Enforcement, and International Trade Uncertainty

12 June 2019 Publication
Authors: Jenlain A. C. Scott Gregory Husisian Robert H. Huey
This white paper lays out a twelve-step program for dealing with the Trump administration trade war, both for importers who are dealing with special tariffs and the sharp increase in antidumping and countervailing duty litigation, and for companies, on the reverse side, who want to take advantage of the current trade environment to take action against imports they believe are unfairly traded. The white paper is of interest to any company that imports and exports, particularly if it imports steel or aluminum or imports from China. 

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