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China Manufacturing Gets Riskier

Way back in October, 2018, in Would the Last Company Manufacturing in China Please Turn Off the Lights, we lead with  the paragraph:

The title is an exaggeration, of course. But with my law firm’s international lawyers fielding a steady stream of client requests for help with leaving China for Vietnam

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One only need read the news to understand how many Chinese factories have yet to resume operations and most that have resumed operations are not at full capacity. China factory production levels have “only reached about 30-50 per cent of capacity” and this means many foreign companies that have their products manufactured in

International Trade LawyersOn February 5, 2020, Wincom Inc. filed an antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) petitions against U.S. imports of certain corrosion inhibitors from China.  Included in the proposed scope are inhibitors know as tolyltriazole (“TTA”) and benzotriazole (“BTA”) in all grades and forms, including liquid and solid forms. These corrosion inhibitors are used to protect

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Chinese factories are hurting these days. Bad. Their sales are way down, especially to the United States. In China’s manufacturing exodus set to continue in 2020, the South China Morning Post made this starkly clear with statistics:

Tariffs saw China’s trade in goods surplus with the US fall by 7.9 per cent in November, according