Global trade disruption and opportunities

Trade disruption actions continue across the globe. US trade actions and sanctions, along with the global responses to those actions, progress towards ratification and implementation of the new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement set to replace NAFTA, announced bilateral trade discussions between the US and Japan, US and the EU, and the US and the UK pending Brexit, continued planning for Brexit, and the extended, complex negotiations for resolution of trade disputes between the US and China continue to contribute to a growing environment of uncertainty, the need to plan for change and the focus on ways to benefit from the disruption.

For many organizations, keeping up with the current evolving state of trade is proving difficult — particularly since change seems to be a daily occurrence. This electronic magazine provides the latest global trade-related news to help you stay informed and able to adapt in a fluid trade environment. Through this portal, you will be able to view late-breaking news, thought leadership and leading practices and perspectives from EY professionals on what the future may hold. You will also find insights and planning strategies to help your organization mitigate the impacts of trade disruption.

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latest updates

US announces indefinite suspension of proposed tariffs on Mexico while continuing exclusion and denial decisions on China products

US sets potential new tariffs against Mexico and takes further actions against China and India

US delays Section 232 auto tariffs while adjusting Section 232 tariffs on Turkey and removing tariffs on Mexico and Canada

USTR begins process to tariff remainder of China origin goods; China announces retaliations

USTR adds more exclusions and denials to China origin goods under Section 301

USTR increases Section 301 tariffs to 25%, following five month delay during trade negotiations

USTR identifies 326 EU origin products for possible tariffs due to WTO finding of illegal subsidies