Rising nationalism around the world and the weaponization of tariffs made 2018 a tumultuous year for business. Global supply chains have been particularly impacted as companies struggle to identify – and make business decisions in response to – US tariffs and resulting retaliatory tariffs. The continued threat of more tariffs and non-tariff barriers to trade, changing and inconsistently administered exclusion processes, and the weakening of international mechanisms designed to resolve trade disputes means businesses will continue to struggle during 2019 to stabilize their supply chains.
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