A main weapon that the United States has used in the ongoing trade war with China has been import tariffs that target Chinese goods. Many U.S. companies are considering moving their supply chains out of China in the hopes that, if they are not importing goods from China, they can avoid these tariffs. In a recent article, we considered how companies can successfully move their supply chains from China with a particular focus on country-of-origin determinations made by Customs and Border Protection and antidumping and countervailing duty circumvention determinations made by the Department of Commerce. We also identified practical considerations for companies considering moving their supply chains.