Lacrosse equipment and other sporting goods are facing increased tariffs. Pictured, Brindi Griffin (right) of the University of Maryland celebrates with Jen Giles (5) after Giles scored against Boston College on May 26. Photo: Getty Images/Agence France-Presse

Tariffs could throw US sporting goods firms for loss as trade war escalates, companies say

  • On Sunday, 15 per cent tariffs are set to hit a variety of sports equipment, including baseballs, footballs and lacrosse sticks
  • New duties will hurt American firms but have ‘little to no impact’ on Chinese suppliers, Sports & Fitness Industry Association says
Topic |   US-China trade war

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Lacrosse equipment and other sporting goods are facing increased tariffs. Pictured, Brindi Griffin (right) of the University of Maryland celebrates with Jen Giles (5) after Giles scored against Boston College on May 26. Photo: Getty Images/Agence France-Presse
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