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Global strategies for auto suppliers

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U.S. companies in China face greater scrutiny and risk as relations sour
U.S. firms in China are receiving increased bureaucratic attention as relations between the two countries crumble. Lou Longo explains in IndustryWeek the steps businesses should take now to address new vulnerabilities amid heightened risk.
Lou Longo
Article August 27, 2020 1 min read
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4 min read
Moving auto manufacturing operations to Mexico: How to do it right
Relocating auto operations to Mexico has advantages but comes with challenges compounded by COVID-19. Delays in the supply chain abound in these conditions, so you’ll need to be aware of where the traps lie.
Alejandro A. Rodriguez
Article August 27, 2020 4 min read
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5 min read
USMCA compliance: Qualify your products using these four steps

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement is bringing added oversight to ensure compliance with the new trade rules. Accurate documentation is required, audits are coming, and fines and penalties await those who don’t comply. Are you ready?

Alejandro A. Rodriguez
Article August 11, 2020 5 min read
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12 min listen
Impact of USMCA on the global automotive supply chain

What effects can the automotive supply chain expect with the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) on the horizon? Daron Gifford discusses the impact of the free trade agreement.

Daron Gifford
Podcast June 25, 2020 12 min listen

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