Trade War – How to Ensure Your Business is Not a Trade War Casualty

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Two members of our International Business Advisory team, Valeria Manunza and Juan Manuel Rojas Cardenas, gave a presentation entitled, “Trade War- How to Ensure Your Business is Not a Trade War Casualty”, with the Benelux Chamber of Commerce in China on 17 and 18 December in Guangzhou and Shenzhen.

Valeria Manunza speaks on Trade War in Guangzhou

Valeria Manunza speaks on Trade War in Guangzhou

During the presentation, Valeria and Juan shared insights and advice on the Trade War, reviewing multiple angles and a valuable case study. They shared the impact on South China’s business environment, with a special focus on Guangdong province. Additionally, Valeria and Juan outlined the impact of combined tariffs on businesses and suggested strategies on how companies should to respond to the trade war.

Juan shares the impact of trade war on the business environment in South China

Juan Manuel shares the impact of trade war on the business environment in South China

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