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    MIAMI, FL – May 16, 2019 - GrayRobinson’s U.S. customs attorney Peter Quinter, chair of the firm’s U.S. Customs and International Trade Law practice group, located in the Boca Raton law firmMiami law firm and Fort Lauderdale law firm offices, was quoted in the SunSentinel article, “A question of survival: Trade war thrusts South Florida businesses into uncertainty.” The article discusses South Florida businesses that are struggling with the effects of the Trump administrations trade war with China. Consumers will soon begin to see the effects of the new levies on many products including clothing, wine and beer, utensils and plumbing fixtures. Quinter explains, “cost has to be passed onto somebody, and that ends up being you and me… It’s a lose-lose scenario when you’re involved in any trade conflict.” If the trade dispute isn’t resolved soon, Florida is more likely to see a recession. Read the full article here (subscription required).

    If you have any questions or concerns regarding the current U.S. customs laws, please contact our U.S. customs lawyerPeter Quinter.



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