The retail complexities of ‘made in america’

by MR Magazine Staff

As recently as May, it was predicted that tariff tension between the United States and China would place $40 billion in sales and 12,000 stores at risk this year. This past weekend, though, in a seeming reversal of stance, President Trump announced during a press conference that the United States will not impose tariffs on $300 billion worth of imports from China, “for at least the time being.” While it may seem obvious that an increase in tariffs would impact a variety of big-box retailers and department stores, the shifting policies have impacted small businesses as well. Read more at Retail Dive.