China Automotive OEMs: Growing Protectionism Sentiment in U.S. Government

Category: GAI
Published: 2024-03-25
China Automotive OEMs: Growing Protectionism Sentiment in U.S. Government’s latest Audio Interview “China Automotive OEMs: Growing Protectionism Sentiment in U.S. Government” features Leslie Alan Glick.  Mr. Glick is Chair of the Butzel Long International Trade and Customs Specialty Team, based in their Washington DC Office.  Mr. Glick is Co-Chair of the American Bar Association, International Law section, International Trade and Customs committee that has over 400 members. He is the author of 5 books, including on NAFTA and USMCA, and has given a series of seminars on the same topic. He has been active in obtaining 301 exclusions and helping companies with 301 duties through customs rulings on Country of Origin; Use of Duty Drawbacks: and other legal methods. He works with US importers and exporters from the top 10 automotive producing countries, including China, Canada, Mexico, Turkey, as well as US importers and industrial users.

In the 12-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Glick discusses these questions:

  • What is happening in the trade area in the past few weeks, and should the automotive industry be concerned?
  • What Is the position of the US auto industry on these proposals?
  • Will trade and China be an election issue?
  • Do you think trade issues particularly with China could be decisive in this election?
  • What is happening in the executive branch, particularly the Office of The United States Trade Representative (USTR)?
  • What impact will this have on Wall Street and on Main Street?
  • What’s happening at the World Trade Organization in Geneva?
  • Do you think free trade is dead?