Tariffs Could ‘Upend’ the Ecommerce Supply Chain

Price, selection and country of origin could shift

Last year, manufacturers in China produced more goods for Americans than any other nation, but potential tariffs on electronics and high-value items in particular could shake up the manufacturing landscape for those sectors. Getty Images

Despite President Trump’s assurance the trade war with Chinese President Xi is “very bad for China, very good for USA,” it is increasingly likely that manufacturers, retailers and consumers in both countries will feel aftershocks.

@lisalacy lisa.lacy@adweek.com Lisa Lacy is a senior writer at Adweek, where she focuses on retail and the growing reach of Amazon.
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