Steel & Aluminum tariffs.
Asia Pacific/ CPTPP.
The future of the WTO.
Trade is in trouble.
Where does that leave your international trade strategy?
How do you deal with new trade protectionism measures and new trade policies, including tariffs and quotas?
Evelyn Suarez, a well-respected and trusted advisor, offers clients strategic analysis of the rapidly changing landscape for international commerce, helping them understand the impact of international trade policy developments on their organizations. Whether it is a unilaterally imposed duty or a new trade agreements or an enforcement risk caused by a new law such as the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act (TFTEA), Ms. Suarez can help interpret these new developments and analyze the impact in the context of your business or country operations in the U.S. This will enable your organization to make informed decisions to ensure that your business flourishes in a time of uncertainty and growing protectionism.
International businesses cannot afford to stand still and watch what’s happening without having contingency plans to continue their international operations. While supply chains are dynamic, companies must anticipate various scenarios, including sudden changes, to ensure business continuity without incurring additional costs or disruptions. Companies must have in-depth knowledge of potential changes and how they can affect your operations to make strategic decisions.
Rely on Ms. Suarez of The Suarez Firm to provide strategic analysis of the latest developments in international trade policy. From customs and border enforcement issues, to anti-corruption compliance, to taking advantage of opportunities in emerging markets around the globe, Ms. Suarez has the experience and knowledge to deliver tailored consultation to keep you on track for growth in uncertain times.
Ms. Suarez serves as an expert consultant on government affairs, providing an outside point-of-view on trade policy and customs and trade enforcement matters.
Contact The Suarez Firm if you have concerns about how current developments in international trade policy and enforcement at the border might affect your organization.