In response to Boeing's complaint that Bombardier sold 75 of its CS100 aircraft to Delta Airlines at a price well below cost, the U.S. Department of Commerce added a 300% import tariff to the aircraft. In addition to appealing the decision, Bombardier's strategy had to change.
As Brexit looms, the dairy industries of the UK and EU-27 are concerned with potentially huge WTO tariffs, but how might this also affect General Mills's French produced Haagen-Dazs and Yoplait?
This post examines Cadbury's challenge to maintain profitability in the face of increasing input costs due to Brexit.
BMW manages the risk caused by increasing isolationism through a combination of its global production network and active currency hedging.
Mexican beers such as Corona are growing the US beer market – but can their maker adapt to a new world of trade?
BMW’s operations in the UK face severe challenges due to Brexit – Does the German carmaker’s supply chain disintegrate because of a protectionist vote?
Nissan’s produces cars for the European market in the UK, importing many of the components used from suppliers on the continent. New terms of trade driven by Brexit threaten to significantly disrupt this model, increasing costs and operational risk.
American solar manufacturers are struggling against Asia-based competitors who have flooded the US market with a glut of low-priced solar panels. How should the federal government respond to the failure of American industry to compete in this global supply chain?