USTR is seeking comments that identify online and physical markets to be considered for inclusion in the 2021 Review of Notorious Markets for Counterfeiting and Piracy, with a special focus on the adverse impact of counterfeiting on workers involved with the manufacture of counterfeit goods.
What are the key actions recommended to remedy the ongoing congestion and other bottleneck issues in the ocean transport supply chain that have been exacerbated due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Find out here.
Four U.S. Cabinet agencies last week issued an advisory alerting companies about the shifting legal landscape in Hong Kong and warning them of the possibility that engaging with Hong Kong business could incur reputational and legal damages.
The new advisory urges U.S. businesses to exit supply chains connected to Xianjing and warns that those who do not “could run a high risk of violating U.S. law.”
As the Biden administration looks to tighten up existing “Buy America” government procurement policies, a special committee of MPs says the Trudeau government should attempt to secure a wider range of exemptions for Canadian firms that would recognize the integrated nature of cross-border supply chains between the two countries.
Get the latest information on the possible strike action by more than 9,000 unionized CBSA personnel following a cross-country voting process that wrapped up yesterday.
How will the Made in America Office (MIAO) increase reliance on domestic supply chains, and reduce the need for waivers? Find out here and much more regarding this Made In America executive order.
What are some actions you can take to strengthen your supply chain? Find out here, along with all the details on the Biden Administration's immediate action to address vulnerabilities and strengthen resilience of U.S. supply chains.
Taking the government’s “least desired course of action,” federal Labour Minister Filomena Tassi tabled legislation today that would force the Port of Montreal’s 1,150 dockworkers to end their strike, which began Monday morning.
A bipartisan group of 40 senators earlier this week called on U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai to renew all expired Section 301 tariff exclusions and to reinstate a process for granting additional exclusions in future.