Resilient Supply Chains, Labor Rights, and Digital Trade: The Future of U.S. Trade Policy and the Practical Impacts on Industry
Join U.S. imports and customs controls experts and supply chain professionals at the ACI’s Forum on Import Compliance and Enforcement, taking place November 8–9, 2022, in Washington, D.C.
This 2-day, in-depth strategic conference is the only comprehensive, practical event of its kind that covers U.S. and international regulatory changes impacting imports and customs compliance strategy. Connect with an established community of global import compliance, customs, and supply chain experts and absorb key takeaways from sessions covering highly complicated, evolving US import controls.
Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue Senior Visiting Fellow Hon. Nazak Nikakhtar will be joining a panel entitled “Resilient Supply Chains, Labor Rights, and Digital Trade: The Future of U.S. Trade Policy and the Practical Impacts on Industry”
This session will take stock of what has worked and what will work for U.S. trade policy headed into 2023, with a focus on practical impacts on industry and multinational e-commerce.
- The state of key current and future U.S. trade agreements
- Indo-Pacific Economic Framework
- The future of labor rights through trade agreements, tools, and relationships with trading partners
- Bolstering supply chain resiliency: Major vulnerabilities to assess:
- Semiconductors/solar panels
- Large capacity batteries and associated rare earth metals
- Opportunities to use U.S. trade agreements and future trade agreements to strengthen the collective supply chain resilience
- Re-aligning the US/China trade connection: The global impacts of this tense bilateral relationship
- Digital trade: CBPs 21st Century Customs Framework
- Promoting confidence in U.S. trade policy through enforcement and compliance: Impacts on industry stakeholders