Vietnam and the U.S.-China trade war: It matters how you start, but it really matters how you finish

The U.S.-China trade war's rhetoric and ramifications have affected its economies but also nations worldwide. The effects on Vietnam though, shine out. Rather than negatively impacting Vietnam, the Southeast Asian nation has flourished.

Vietnam has an early lead – the Southeast Asian nation declared as "the biggest winner" in the ongoing tussle between Washington, D.C. and Beijing. Benefiting from tariffs on China, with operations, and supply chains shifting to Vietnam, our fifth SEA View article considers how long this success will last.

Our Hogan Lovells' authors, with jurisdictional, regulatory, and industry perspectives stemming from all over the globe debate if the U.S. tariffs that created the growth in Vietnam could also snatch it away.

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