On April 19, Crowell & Moring’s International Trade Attorneys hosted a webinar on “Trade in 2018 – What’s Ahead?”
Please click here to register and view the webinar on demand.
From the Section 232 national security tariffs on steel and aluminum imports to the ongoing NAFTA re-negotiation, the Trump administration is seeking to implement significant changes in international trade policy and enforcement. Economic sanctions on Russia continue to expand, the future is far from clear regarding Iran, and perhaps North Korea is coming into focus. A new Asia trade agreement without the United States, and a bumpy road ahead for Brexit all make for uncertainty and the need for enhanced trade risk management. Join us as we identify the international trade risks and opportunities likely to continue and grow in 2018.
Our Crowell & Moring team discussed predictions for the remainder of the year, with cross-border insights from our practitioners in the U.S., London, and Brussels. Topics included likely trends and issues in the U.S. and EU including:
- Trade policy developments: Section 232, NAFTA renegotiation, and trade remedies
- Sanctions in Year Two of the Trump Administration: Russia, Iran, North Korea, and beyond
- Anti-money laundering (AML) and beneficial ownership
- Supply chain risk management: blockchain, forced labor, the U.K. Modern Slavery Act, and GDPR
- Europe: Brexit, the EU’s 4th AML Directive, and the EU/U.K. AML enforcement
- CFIUS: how significant is the new legislation?
- Export controls: Wither reform?
- Import and customs