China is just beginning to restart its economy after a two-month shutdown. U.S. companies that still remember that we are in the middle of a trade war with China read thinly veiled threats from Chinese officials regarding limiting pharmaceutical supplies and medicine inputs and wonder what is the best way to deal with their China-dependent supply chains.
Join Harris Bricken international attorney Jonathan Bench this Thursday, March 26th at 8:30am PST/11:30am EST as he discusses key factors to rebuilding your Asia supply chain in this FREE webinar. Together with Cameron Johnson, head of APAC Strategy for FAO Global, a Washington, D.C.-based global consulting company, they will address the following questions:
- What is the best way forward for companies whose supply chain is primarily located in China?
- What can companies expect that are looking for ways to diversify their supply chain into (or out of) Southeast Asia?
- What is the right way to (re)engage with Chinese manufacturers?
- What is the right way to leave your Chinese manufacturers and enter an alternative manufacturing market in Southeast Asia or elsewhere?
- How important are intellectual property and contracts in these scenarios?
- How are claims of force majeure affecting China and the global supply chain?
- What will happen to the global supply chain throughout the rest of 2020 and beyond?
This webinar will cover the above and provide advice for businesses when building a global presence:
- Logistical Factors
- The Global Supply Chain
- Dealing with Counterfeits
- U.S. Federal Government Priorities
- Practical Tips & Advice
- Global Economic Outlook
We will also be taking questions live via the Zoom meeting chat interface during the webinar.
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