Chinese manufacturers learn to live with US tariffs but concerned about future


IBI speaks to Chinese manufacturers exporting to the US at IBEX

Chinese manufacturers exporting to the US recreational marine market have learned to adapt to the Section 301 tariffs implemented in 2018 and impacting two-thirds of all goods of Chinese origin but have growing concerns about the future amid the chaotic uncertainty of a US presidential election cycle.

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