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    MIAMI, FL – October 30, 2019 - GrayRobinson 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 Ft. Lauderdale law firm offices, was quoted in the South China Morning Post article, "China's U.S. Trade War Charm Offensive was Meant to Stop Foreign Investors from Leaving, but is it Working?" The article discusses the debate in Beijing on how China should respond to the tariff war as it relates to American businesses in China. 

    "It would be wrong to expect China to deliver what investors wanted as if we are ordering a hamburger at a drive through McDonald's," Quinter told the publication. "In China, the progress made in its economic system in the past 30 years is the marvel of the world."

    He noted the idea that China should develop its legal, political, and economic system to mirror that of the U.S. is "an uninformed way to look at China and the world." Read the full article here.

    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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