Webinar: How Additional Tariffs on Imports From China Could Impact Your Business

By Rich Harper August 20, 2018

Topic: President Trump has proposed adding an additional 10 to 25 percent tariff on imports from China, including certain outdoor products, in response to China’s intellectual property practices and forced technology transfers. These additional taxes on backpacks, sports bags, kayaks, leather ski gloves, headwear, camp chairs and other products could significantly raise costs for outdoor companies and consumers, impede job growth and innovation and prevent more Americans from enjoying the outdoors. What is the impact on your business and how should your business respond?

Speakers: Rich Harper, Manager of International Trade, Outdoor Industry Association;
Ron Sorini, Partner, Sorini Samet and Associates

Key Learnings:

  • Why the administration is proposing additional tariffs on products from China
  • The outdoor products that could be impacted
  • When the tariffs could go into effect
  • How China has responded with its own tariffs on U.S. products
  • Other outdoor products that could be impacted if the trade war escalates further
  • How you can help OIA exempt outdoor products from these tariffs and future tariffs

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