The 2016 election focused heavily on trade policy and American manufacturing. Since his victory on November 8, Donald Trump has focused extensively on trade and production location issues related to the auto industry. So what can the automobile industry expect from the incoming administration and how should they adjust their trade and risk strategies in response?
How can ineffective management of risk factors such as price volatility, limited supplier transparency, and supply chain disruptions impact a company’s performance and reputation?
Join us on February 15 for an interactive webcast as we discuss potential trade policy changes and how they will affect the automobile industry including the re-negotiation of NAFTA and how labeling China as a currency manipulator affects trade. We will also discuss some of the biggest risks, associated financial implications and real-world examples affecting global supply chains today.