Global communications companies are at a critical juncture. On the one hand, they are operating in a fast-paced, constantly evolving market. And on the other, they are competing fiercely against traditional and non-traditional players who are out to take their business. To succeed, they must find ways to boost efficiency, increase strategic advantage, and enhance shareholder value in the face of continuous global challenges.
In 2013, the European Trade Commissioner, Karel De Gucht, accused Chinese equipment makers, ZTE and Huawei, of violating anti-dumping and subsidies laws. Security concerns on critical National Infrastructure projects are also an on-going issue, particularly in the United States and the European Union.
We provide advice on anti-dumping actions; export controls and tariff classification.