MYTHS AND FACTS OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN RECONFIGURATION AND REGIONALIZATION

The United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce invites you to a webinar part of our USMCA series to discuss the myths and facts of the supply chain reconfiguration in the region.

USMCA SERIES: MYTHS & FACTS OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN RECONFIGURATIONS AND REGIONALIZATION

VIDEOCONFERENCE

June 3, 2021 – 10:00 AM – 11:20 ET

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Luz María de la Mora, Undersecretary for Foreign Trade, Mexico’s Ministry of Economy

PANEL DISCUSSION

Rosa Ertze, Partner / President, Duane Morris / US – Mexico Chamber of Commerce, Northeast Chapter
César Remis, Head of the Trade Office in the United States, Mexico’s Ministry of Economy
Kenneth Smith, Partner, AGON
Patrick Van den Bossche, Partner, Kearney

MODERATOR

Jaron Campbell, Executive Vice President, Head of International Subsidiary Banking for Commercial Banking, HSBC Bank USA
DISCUSSION TOPICS

USMCA: Benefits and challenges for the development, integration and strengthening of regional supply chains.

Advances, hitches and glitches on the implementation of the agreement and implications for the regional supply chain and production.

Would stricter labor requirements, rules of origin, local content, and compliance costs, may undermine the competitiveness of goods produced under the USMCA?

Are the reshoring and nearshoring of supply chains to North America an efficient and overall cost-effective alternative to lower-labor-cost economies and regions? What are the advantages and tradeoffs?

Customs, transportation, and logistics under the new agreement and their ramifications for the North American supply chain.

Overview on most potentially benefits industries by locally integrating their supply chains.

Participation and assimilation of small and medium-sized businesses in North American supply chains.

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