The survey findings contrast with US President Donald Trump’s claims that the trade war has not affected prices paid by American consumers. The US president tweeted on August 19: “import prices down, China eating tariffs”. Photo: ReutersThe survey findings contrast with US President Donald Trump’s claims that the trade war has not affected prices paid by American consumers. The US president tweeted on August 19: “import prices down, China eating tariffs”. Photo: Reuters
The survey findings contrast with US President Donald Trump’s claims that the trade war has not affected prices paid by American consumers. The US president tweeted on August 19: “import prices down, China eating tariffs”. Photo: Reuters

Amazon sellers feeling the heat of US-China trade war, contrary to Donald Trump’s claims, survey shows

  • Jungle Scout survey shows 72 per cent of sellers have seen their cost per unit increase by some 17 per cent since the beginning of the trade war last year
  • First round of new US tariffs took effect on about US$110 billion of Chinese imports on September 1, with more to follow in October and December

Topic |   China economy
The survey findings contrast with US President Donald Trump’s claims that the trade war has not affected prices paid by American consumers. The US president tweeted on August 19: “import prices down, China eating tariffs”. Photo: ReutersThe survey findings contrast with US President Donald Trump’s claims that the trade war has not affected prices paid by American consumers. The US president tweeted on August 19: “import prices down, China eating tariffs”. Photo: Reuters
The survey findings contrast with US President Donald Trump’s claims that the trade war has not affected prices paid by American consumers. The US president tweeted on August 19: “import prices down, China eating tariffs”. Photo: Reuters
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