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What To Know Before Moving Your Supply Chain Out Of China

Law360 (November 15, 2019, 5:27 PM EST) — A main weapon that the United States has used in the ongoing trade war with China has been import tariffs that target Chinese goods. These tariffs are often applied under Section 301 of the Tariff Act of 1974 and through anti-dumping and countervailing duty orders on Chinese goods.

Many U.S. companies are considering moving their supply chains out of China in the hopes that, if they are not importing goods from China, they can avoid these tariffs. For this strategy to be effective, supply chains need to be moved in a way that is cognizant of the complex analysis governing country-of-origin…

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