Unpredictability around trade protectionism isn't just limited to the US, or even the western hemisphere. For global companies sourcing and shipping around the world, it can be important to know some of the quirkier import and export anomalies, saving time and avoiding headaches from denied shipments and surprise tariffs.
This white paper dives into some of the unusual import and export controls restrictions that have been put in place for various reasons, including:
Spaghetti imports to Nigeria
Canadian lumber imports into the US
Chewing Gum imports into Singapore
- Copper and Gold Exports out of Tanzania