A complex web of supply chain logistics and licensing agreements make it almost impossible to know whether a security camera is actually made in China or contains components that would violate U.S. rules.
Over the past two decades, China’s Huawei Technologies has come to dominate the global telecom equipment market, winning contracts with a mix of sophisticated technology and attractive prices. Now, with Huawei at the center of a U.S.-China trade war, the tide is turning.
As the trade war between the U.S. and China heats up, it’s becoming clear that the dispute won’t end in a quick resolution. Nevertheless, importers must take action now, to protect themselves from the disruption that’s sure to result.
China’s scramble to import as much meat as possible to compensate for the drop in pork supply from a pig-killing disease has left it with a big problem: Cold storage space at its major ports is running out.