WEBCAST

Walking the tightrope of U.S.-China tensions: Supply chains reconsidered

Webcast overview

The U.S. government continues to announce rules aimed at addressing economic and national security concerns, which will make it incrementally harder to do certain business with China. China is also making moves by developing rules very similar to the U.S. that protect its technology, supply chain, and national security.

In response to this combination, multinational organizations need to address the fallout from these moves, the impact it will have on their business and supply chains, and strategies for mitigation and success in the new world order.

Join our KPMG LLP executives to understand:

  • Economic nationalism—characterized as a make-where-you-sell-and-buy-where-you-make approach—from an operations strategy perspective
  • Latest on the U.S.-China trade agreement and tax policies
  • A framework to help identify a go-forward approach with considerations and characteristics such as supply alternatives, barriers to entry, capacity and quality with alternative, as well as overall trade, export control, customs, and tax influence.

 

Panelists:

Amit Gupta

Amit Gupta

Principal, Supply Chain & Operations, KPMG US

David Frey

David Frey

Principal, Supply Chain & Operations, KPMG LLP

Brett Weaver

Brett Weaver

Partner, International Tax, KPMG US

Steven Brotherton

Steven Brotherton

Principal, Tax, Trade & Customs Services, KPMG US

Shirley Shen

Shirley Shen

Partner, China Tax Center, KPMG US

The information from this event is not intended to be “spoken or written advice concerning one or more Federal tax matters” subject to the requirements of section 10.37(a)(2) of Treasury Department Circular 230. The information contained herein is of a general nature and based on authorities that are subject to change. Applicability of the information to specific situations should be determined through consultation with your tax adviser.