A joint Baker Tilly-Integration Point trade seminar

Uncertainty around the U.S. and Mexico preliminary trade deal and the continual escalation of U.S. and China import tariffs has applied an unprecedented layer of business complexity for U.S. manufacturers that rely on global supply chains and trade.

While U.S. manufacturers that contract with a maquila may fair better than those that don’t, current increased scrutiny on country of origin will require all trade professionals to have even more insight and visibility into their global operations.

Join Baker Tilly and Integration Point international trade specialists as they provide an update on U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-China trade regulations and policy, and detail practical strategies and tactical solutions your business can follow to alleviate the cost and regulatory risks imposed by new tariffs.

After attending this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Consider strategic options to conducting global trade amidst shifts in U.S.-Mexico economic relations and changes to IMMEX
  • Understand the five major gaps that emerge during a maquila health-check
  • Employ best practices learned to overcome tariffs and mitigate compliance risks when conducting cross-border business
  • Position themselves to better address future trade policy shifts

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