300 billion tariff proposals on imported Chinese goods could harm US consumers. The scholarly study, commissioned by the consumer Technology Association, illustrates how the prices of phones, laptops, tablets, video game consoles and toy drones from China would rise because of this has the potential tariffs significantly. The price of phones imported from China, for example, would rise by 22 percent, while overall US prices for phones would increase by 14 percent. 70, based on the scholarly study.
The report premiered Monday by the CTA, a trade business representing over 2,000 consumer tech companies, and was researched by economic consulting company Trade Partnership Worldwide. Prices on laptop computers and tablets from China would upsurge in cost by 21 percent specifically, based on the report. 50 upsurge in the price tag on a tablet.
220 million. However, industry experts believe that, in the final end, China would stay the “dominant supplier,” covering 80 percent of total imported laptops and tablets. For gaming consoles imported from China, prices would increase 21 percent, and for toy drones they’d risen 20 percent. Why would countries such as Vietnam and Korea have trouble unseating China as a dominant supply head? The CTA attributes it to skilled labor.
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Bronwyn Flores, plan communications specialist at the CTA. In her experience talking to industry CEOs, Flores said having … Read more