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Foxconn Looking To Sell New Display Factory. Why? Tariffs, Of Course.

Foxconn, the folks who assembled your iPhone, are looking to sell their brand new, $8.8 billion factory in China. While the company hasn’t officially placed the facility, which produces displays, on the market, there is every indication that the devices manufactured there will be heading to places like Vietnam and India along with all the other Chinese manufacturers seeking relief from U.S. ...

The US Economic Boom Is Bringing Jobs Back Home

With 19 straight quarters of sustained growth, the manufacturing industry is enjoying a powerful and long-overdue resurgence. Propelled by innovation, demand, that sweet tax break in 2017 courtesy of a pro-manufacturing administration in the White House, companies are building new factories, hiring employees by the thousands and manufacturers that fled the country years ago are returning in ...

U.S. Hits Vietnam with 400% Tariffs On Steel

Earlier this week we published an article on the benefits reaped by Vietnam from companies shifting production to their country to escape the U.S. tariffs on products manufactured in China. Yesterday the U.S. Commerce Department imposed duties of over 400% on steel imported from Vietnam to the U.S. The Commerce Department said certain steel products forged in South Korea and Taiwan were being ...

China’s Loss Is Vietnam’s Gain

In the first four months of this year Vietnam has become the eighth largest import partner for the United States, surpassing Ireland, Italy, India and France among others. The trade war between the United States and China continues, forcing manufacturers to move production outside China to avoid paying ever-increasing tariffs on goods bound for the US. In the first four months of this year ...

Foxconn Says US-bound iPhones Can Be Produced Outside China To Avoid Tariffs

“Designed in Cupertino. Made In China”. That’s what is says on the box of every iPhone sold in the United States. For years, Chinese manufacturer Foxconn has produced version after version of the hottest selling smartphone in the world. The question on everyone’s mind lately has been what Apple and Foxconn will do if a 25% tariff is levied on the popular device. Would Apple just absorb ...

China’s Manufacturing PMI Dips To 49.4

Last month China’s manufacturing PMI fell from expansion (51.4%) in April to contraction (49.4%) in May. Among the many questions regarding this dip, it comes down to a matter of which of the mitigating factors caused the decline: was it the trade or technology war? And will China use the yuan to enhance manufacturing-related exports? The answer to the question of which ongoing spat with ...