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This president disdains rules; he acts as if governments control purchases like in old-style mercantilism. Trump counters that these costs are the price Americans must pay for his deal-making. But his record is pitiful. What success?
Trade War Winners: The Chinese Rebuttal
If the U. Congress needs to wake up and push back. Business executives should support them before the trade smashup leads to an economic breakdown.
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Results – Tugofwar
Americans are buying less from China. But rather than leaning on US producers, they're avoiding President Donald Trump's tariffs by turning to suppliers in other Asian countries. The trend, which has emerged throughout more than a year of inconclusive trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing, continued through May, according to data released Wednesday by the Census Bureau.
Why New Balance turned on Trump over China tariffs. Trump's tariffs have made consumer goods like baseball caps, luggage, bikes and handbags that are manufactured in China more expensive for American importers.
The taxes have also hit a variety of machinery and industrial goods, including parts for dishwashers, washing machines, dryers and water filters. Trump said last week that talks are "back on track" and new tariffs are on hold after meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 conference in Japan. Trump also threatened to impose new tariffs on the remaining Chinese imports, which would hit smartphones, toys, footwear and fish.
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The president has suggested that Beijing will agree to a deal because the tariffs he's imposed on Chinese goods are driving away business. But it's unclear whether companies are permanently shifting production outside of China, or simply rerouting goods for minimal processing before being shipped to the United States. Vietnam's customs agency said that it would start cracking down on goods of Chinese origin illegally relabeled "Made in Vietnam" by businesses attempting to avoid the US tariffs, according to a report from Reuters.
It's not always easy to find suppliers outside of China that can manufacture the same good with the same quality and for a cheaper price.