How manufacturers can overcome international expansion red tape
Regulation is a common a barrier for businesses wanting to trade overseas: of the senior managers we surveyed, 87% say they experience challenges in working with foreign legal systems, 80% are hindered by barriers to trade such as tariffs and quotas, and 53% say the volume of regulation in their target market is an issue.
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Opportunities and challenges of increased US-UK manufacturing trade
The challenges faced by manufacturers in the UK and US are similar, potentially making the case for increase trade stronger. Manufacturers could not only access opportunities for growth, but new approaches to problem solving and creative solutions.
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Webinar recording: How do you make a resilient supply chain?
Walker Morris’ International Trade specialists recently held a webinar exploring how to create a resilient supply chain, and discuss recent trends in supply chain disputes.
Recent trends in international arbitration
Partners from our Commercial Dispute Resolution team share their views on recent trends in international arbitration.
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International Trade: Resolving commercial disputes through arbitration
The risk of disputes arising typically increases at times of political and economic change and uncertainty and, where business is conducted across borders, this can add a further layer of complexity.
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Responding to supply chain disruption in the construction sector
Whilst the factual context of recent global events impacting supply chains and the scale of disruption may be extraordinary, the legal and practical implications of adverse events on businesses in the construction sector are not.
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