Inbound Logistics‘s featured story of January is “U.S.-Mexico Trade: Strong But Shifting“, and the author, Karen M. Kroll, interviewed our associate, Emilio Arteaga Vázquez, about the recent events between Mexico and the US, namely the signature of USMCA and its possible impacts on the value chains.
In the piece, our member is mentioned in a couple of occasions. We highlight the following paragraph:
All companies, but particularly manufacturers, should review the USMCA and identify whether the rules of origin applicable to their goods were modified, Vazquez recommends. If the rules were modified, companies may need to seek new suppliers, reshore production of inputs, or prepare to pay a Most Favored Nation (MFN) duty.
The article is available in the following link: https://www.inboundlogistics.com/cms/article/us-mexico-trade-strong-but-shifting/