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With Washington due to start imposing 25 per cent tariffs on the first batch of Chinese products next week, some exporters are worried that it could erode their price advantage, and that orders from their US clients will dry up, according to manufacturers and analysts. Those who will be hit directly by the duties are scrambling to find ways to manage the impact, including raising prices for US buyers, shipping products to another country before sending them to the US, and even relocating operations to other countries such as India, Vietnam and Mexico, they said.
With China-US trade war looming, will Beijing be more hands off on exchange rates? Luo said Chinese products still had a narrow price advantage over those made in the US, but with the tariff they would be less competitive in the American market against goods from Canada and Germany.
Although the financial crisis a decade ago wiped out many labour-intensive workshops in the region, the factories involved in more sophisticated production of industrial parts, electronics and hi-tech hardware have survived and integrated into global value chains.
For smaller exporters, the move could put an end to their sales to the US. One of those is Liu Junyi, the founder of Hangzhou-based tech start-up MusicLens, who said she was confident the company would be able to cope with the duties. The company makes sunglasses with tiny inbuilt speakers, enabling the wearer to listen to music.
Another exporter based in Shenzhen, Zheng Bo, said he would also pass the extra cost onto consumers. His company Livall makes smart bicycle helmets, and of theexported last year, 15 per cent went to the United States. This article appeared in the South China Morning Post print edition as: Export heartland braces for Trump tariffs crunch.The Chile earthquake (Spanish: Terremoto del 27F) occurred off the coast of central Chile on Saturday, 27 February at local time ( UTC), having a magnitude of on the moment.
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The rainfall forecast for the coming week shows a heavy swath over the Florida peninsula, and then spreading northward into the Carolinas as Irma likely tracks over those areas early next week. Hurricane Michael had a significant impact to gasoline demand before the storm and immediately after, and its effect on gasoline demand will be seen in the weeks to come.
Jul 04, · Moda BlockHeads 2 Block 5 Impact by Vanessa Goertzen Happy Wednesday! It's the 4th of July! It's been a super busy week, since block 4, flight to Springfield, Missouri to speak and teach.
but it is always hit or miss. So until next week, have a fun and safe holiday. ~~ Betsy.