New COVID-19 Transportation Rules for US Trading Partners

April 8, 2020

International trade is vital to the U.S. economy. In 2019 the U.S exported $1.65 trillion worth of goods to other countries, according to Statista.

Those traditional trade patterns, however, have been altered due to COVID-19.

A number of countries, ports and organizations are publishing details of the measures being put in place.To help companies keep track of these new measures, North, a global marine insurer, has put together a list of changes by country.  This extensive list was updated on April 6, 2020. 

For this slideshow, we will highlight the top trading partners with the U.S. based on export revenues and will focus on one aspect of the new policies.