Chinese exporters held off on price cuts until the second quarter of this year, when they reduced prices of tariff-hit goods to the US by an average of 8 per cent, according to a UN study. Photo: ChinatopixChinese exporters held off on price cuts until the second quarter of this year, when they reduced prices of tariff-hit goods to the US by an average of 8 per cent, according to a UN study. Photo: Chinatopix
Chinese exporters held off on price cuts until the second quarter of this year, when they reduced prices of tariff-hit goods to the US by an average of 8 per cent, according to a UN study. Photo: Chinatopix

Chinese exporters start to take trade war hit – but US consumers also hurting, UN study shows

  • After almost a year of Donald Trump’s tariffs, Chinese companies have been forced to lower the price of their exports to the US
  • Taiwan the most successful in filling the gap for American buyers, research shows
Topic |   US-China trade war
Chinese exporters held off on price cuts until the second quarter of this year, when they reduced prices of tariff-hit goods to the US by an average of 8 per cent, according to a UN study. Photo: ChinatopixChinese exporters held off on price cuts until the second quarter of this year, when they reduced prices of tariff-hit goods to the US by an average of 8 per cent, according to a UN study. Photo: Chinatopix
Chinese exporters held off on price cuts until the second quarter of this year, when they reduced prices of tariff-hit goods to the US by an average of 8 per cent, according to a UN study. Photo: Chinatopix
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