Over the summer, the Trump administration garnered a lot of attention over talks of a “trade war” with China and the prospect of the United States pulling out of NAFTA (the North American Free Trade Agreement). Now that the holiday season is just about here, shoppers and businesses alike are taking a harder look at […]
In order to keep costs down and prices competitive, over the past few decades many retailers and wholesalers have stared importing products direct from China.
Free trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea, expected to increase jobs and retail spending.
A recent wage increase benefiting Chinese workers has trading companies and Western retailers aware of potential cost increases.