Strikeforce Bowling, based in Melrose Park, Illinois, is facing an additional 25 per cent tariff on its bowling shoes later this year after being hit with a similar higher duty on bowling bags last month. Photo: Instagram

Mark it zero, dude! Facing tariff hike, family-run maker of bowling shoes and bags struggles to leave China

  • Strikeforce Bowling is facing 25 per cent tariff on bowling shoes after getting hit with higher levy on bowling bags
  • The company will most likely have to absorb the additional costs, according to its president
Topic |   US-China trade war

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Strikeforce Bowling, based in Melrose Park, Illinois, is facing an additional 25 per cent tariff on its bowling shoes later this year after being hit with a similar higher duty on bowling bags last month. Photo: Instagram
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