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Aug 19, 2021

Lax adherence to post-Brexit customs rules may leave gaping holes in 2022 business budgets

By Gavin Everson, Director, Global Trade Consulting Businesses throughout the UK are in for a reckoning and it’s going to… Read more 

Aug 19, 2021

Canadian Trade Policy Review: Defend and Diversify

By Jeff Fraser, Director, Global Trade Consulting There’s a fever pitch amongst political observers in Canada in anticipation of the… Read more 

Aug 19, 2021

6 Steps Businesses Can Take to Reduce Supply Chain Disruption

By Jill Hurley, Director, Global Trade Consulting One wouldn’t expect that in normal times high demand would fall into the… Read more 

Apr 26, 2021

Finding Time and Cost Savings in International E-Commerce

This article was originally published in Global Trade Magazine on April 17, 2021. By Jill Hurley and Michael… Read more 

Apr 26, 2021

We Need Clarity on Trade Policy, and Fast

By Jamie Adams, Director, Global Trade Consulting $75 billion. That’s the number. The total sum of customs duties… Read more 

Apr 26, 2021

Why Harmonized Can-Am Relations are More Critical Than Ever

By Candace Sider, Vice President, Government and Regulatory Affairs, North America The relationship between the U.S. and Canada… Read more 

Apr 26, 2021

Mexico’s role in the Nearshoring phenomenon

By Rody Camacho, Director, Global Trade Consulting In a recent Gartner survey of supply professionals, 30% of respondents… Read more 

Jan 12, 2021

2021 – A Pivotal Moment for Mexico’s Role in Global Trade

By Rody Camacho, Director, Global Trade Consulting When representatives from Mexico, Canada and the U.S. signed the United… Read more 

Jan 12, 2021

Adapting to Asia’s Shifting Regional Dynamics

By Eddy Mak, Director, Global Trade Consulting From the vantage point of Asia, a new U.S. government was… Read more 

Jan 12, 2021

There’s no time to spare in mending fences across the Atlantic

By Jill Hurley, Director, Global Trade Consulting Those who remember the early days of personal computing are likely… Read more