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Going fishing for deals – July 2021 supply chain calendar

Brexit 174 China 2894 Consumer Staples 733 Corp - Forwarders 324 Corp - Shipping 936 European Union 772 Materials - Metals/Mining 708 Mode - Containerized 1424 Mode - Seaborne 1760 Outlook 89 Tariffs 1768 Trade Deals 976 U.S. 5193 USMCA 452 United Kingdom 339 WTO 113

The coming month will provide little respite from trade policy events and operational challenges for supply chains. A WTO ministerial meeting from July 15 is unlikely to make progress on reforming the global trade dispute framework while a fisheries agreement may be a test case as to whether the WTO’s membership can even still reach multilateral deals. In the U.S. the Biden administration may make progress on infrastructure spending, including ports and rails, as well as funding for semiconductor investments. Relations with China will likely continue to evolve with a review of the phase ...

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