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US foreign policy and the political impact on supply chain disruption

What an escalating trade dispute between the US and China means for the global economy and how companies should brace for the geopolitical repercussions

Event Details


Global | July 30, 2020

Please join the Norton Rose Fulbright risk advisory and cross-border practices for a timely video webinar focusing on US-China relations in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis. Our speakers will explore:

  • The latest sanctions relating to China
  • UK-China relations in light of the UK’s decisions regarding Huawei
  • The dilemma of supply chain diversification vs. single sourcing
  • Who’s benefiting – South East Asia, Japan and Turkey?
  • What companies are doing in response
  • The impact of the US presidential elections in November



  • Glenn Hall – Partner, London, Head of Government Relations and Public Policy, and former Special Adviser to the UK Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
  • Governor George Pataki – Senior Counsel, New York, and former New York State Governor
  • Senator David Vitter – Co-Chairman, Mercury, Washington, DC, and former United States Senator


Head Government Relations and Public Policy; Partner