After a series of occurrences, including trade disputes, the COVID-19 pandemic and political conflicts, consumers in the U.S. are looking at China-made products in a more negative light, according to Coresight Research.
Made In China
According to Coresight Research, almost half of consumers have a negative view of Made in China products.
A variety of housewares and home products are included on a list of items that will see a 10% tariff delayed until mid-December, documents from the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) show.
Several housewares and home goods categories are in the crosshairs of a potential next round of 25% tariffs that could be imposed by the Trump administration on an additional $300 billion in Chinese-made goods. This follows the 25% tariffs that were imposed on $200 billion worth of Chinese-made products that went into effect on Friday, May 10.