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Dan Ujczo (Of Counsel and Cross Border (Canada - U.S.) Practice Group Chair, Columbus) was quoted by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics for their “Report on Supply Chain Compliance 3, no. 16,” which discusses the effects of the United States – Mexico – Canada Agreement (USMCA) will have on supply chains. The agreement, which is sometimes referred to as “NAFTA 2.0,” actually has significant differences from its predecessor, as Dan noted to the publication. These changes will make it more difficult for semi-finished products from Asia to move through Mexico and then qualify for USMCA treatment, as sometimes happened under NAFTA. “You want your goods to be deemed as originating within the USMCA because that usually means zero tariffs,” he added. To read more, click here.
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