Nov 30, 2018 14:00
Are you considering sourcing changes to mitigate 301 tariffs on Chinese goods? This is what you need to know about Origin rules.
As the Trump Administration continues to target Chinese imports, affected companies are considering alternate sourcing options to remain competitive. Moving operations out of China to reduce the effects of 301 tariffs doesn’t mean that every process, for every product, needs to be re-located. As with all things Customs, it’s much more complicated than that, and the details could mean millions.
In this 90-minute Webcast, KPMG LLP’s Global Lead Partner Doug Zuvich, alongside other trade and supply chain professionals, will unpack “Country of Origin” rules, case law, and guidance, offering our listeners possible ways to save with reduced supply chain disruption. If you are considering moving manufacturing operations out of China to limit the effect of the 301 tariffs—or if you already have—this Webcast presents essential information to help you do so.
This Webcast will be of greatest interest to supply chain, logistics, operations, and trade professionals and executives who are considering how to strategically plan for what’s ahead.