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China

By Jeff Berman · May 29, 2018
Any thoughts that a “trade war” between the United States and China was not a possibility were put to rest earlier today based on an announcement coming out of the White House. The White House said that under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974, “the United States will impose a 25% tariff on $50 billion of goods imported from China containing industrially significant technology, including those related to the ‘Made in China 2025’ program.”
By Patrick Burnson · April 6, 2018
“Tariff retaliation” by China may occur sooner than later say trade and supply chain experts. Trade War with China, Effects of Tariffs on Trade, Global Trade Tariffs Effect US Goods
By Andre Wheeler · March 22, 2018
While China may be the target, tariffs are misdirected in today’s geo-political economy
By Patrick Burnson · March 16, 2018
Global trade credit insurer Atradius recently released its annual report on the Asia-Pacific region providing in-depth reviews of each country’s performance outlook by industry, and how political and economic situations are playing a role in the current business climate.
By Michael Gravier · March 9, 2018
Many alarmists are ringing the bell on President Trump’s recent announcement on Trade Wars. Some speculate that it will severely hurt our economy and therefore our supply chain and some think it won’t. It’s time to face the truth – the U.S. economy doesn’t make up such a large percentage globally and in fact, has been on the decline since World War II ended.
By Chris Carr and Dan Harris · February 28, 2018
Foreign firms doing business in or with China are likely to sell products and services to Chinese state-owned enterprises. When a dispute requires the Chinese legal system for resolution, the SOE is likely to be favored. Self-enforcing contracts are a viable workaround to help level the playing field.
By Rosemary Coates · February 28, 2018
More control and influence by China is inevitable. The strengthening of China’s ties and interdependencies is happening in plain sight.
By Rosemary Coates · January 31, 2018
This year, we again expect to see several enormous Chinese IPOs including Didi Chuxing (ride sharing with 450 million users), Meituan-Dianping (group discounting), and Xiaomi (smart phones and laptops), among others.
By MMH Staff · December 6, 2017
Maximal, which had 2016 revenues of approximately $66 million from sales of nearly 6,000 units, specializes in utility and standard segments in China.
By Rosemary Coates · November 20, 2017
China watchers were quite stunned at the Chinese Plenary Council earlier this month, when Xi Jinping’s philosophy was added to the Chinese Constitution, elevating him to the level of Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping.
By Patrick Burnson · August 3, 2017
AsiaInspection (AI), a global provider of quality control services for businesses importing from the Pacific Rim, maintains that logistics managers should pay more attention to risk—irrespective of region.
By Patrick Burnson · May 31, 2017
According to “Global Logistics 2017,” a recent report released by the London think-tank Transport Intelligence (Ti), the overall contract logistics market is estimated to have grown by 3.9% in real terms in 2016.
By Jeff Berman · May 26, 2017
UPS and SF Holding, the parent company of leading integrated express logistics service provider in China, SF Express, said they plan to launch a joint venture, focusing on developing and providing international delivery services.
By Jeff Berman · April 7, 2017
Supply chain management association APICS and JD.com, China’s largest e-commerce company by revenue, recently announced they have partnered up for a strategic agreement designed to establish nationwide standards for the Omni Channel Supply Chain Capability in China and also further e-commerce supply chain performance in China.
By Rosemary Coates · March 6, 2017
China is a Communist nation ruled by a central government and a President. Hong Kong is a limited democracy and although Hong Kong recognizes the President of China as head of state, Hong Kong is managed by a Chief Executive.

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