Developing your Section 301 trade mitigation strategy

The United States and China have shifted gears from threats to action in an increasingly hostile global trade environment. On September 24, the trade war reached a new height, with the U.S. implementing additional tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese-origin goods.

Andrew Siciliano

Andrew Siciliano

Partner, Trade & Customs Lead, KPMG (US)

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Please note that because the situation is fluid and evolving on a near-daily basis, frequent updates are necessary to help ensure your company is equipped with the most current information.

These times call for quick movement by company leaders to seek out tariff mitigation planning that could significantly alleviate lost revenue from the increased duty rates. 

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2018 Tariff update and impact analysis

In recent months, the U.S. government has taken significant tariff action, affecting a variety of product in a wide arrange of industries. In light of these developments, KPMG's Trade & Customs team is happy to share this update.

Automotive industry tariff mitigation strategy

With tariffs on steel, aluminum, and certain goods and materials from China already in place, the U.S. trade team has negotiated the United States Mexico Canada Free Trade Agreement (USMCA) which tightens the rules on finished vehicles and automotive parts.