INNI Homes, a supplier to US companies such as La Z Boy Casegoods, relocated its production from China to Vietnam before the trade war, in 2012. Photo: Shutterstock INNI Homes, a supplier to US companies such as La Z Boy Casegoods, relocated its production from China to Vietnam before the trade war, in 2012. Photo: Shutterstock
INNI Homes, a supplier to US companies such as La Z Boy Casegoods, relocated its production from China to Vietnam before the trade war, in 2012. Photo: Shutterstock

Facing US tariff threat, Vietnam’s furniture makers fight back against claims of illegal trading practices

  • Vietnam has reaped the benefit of the US-China trade war, seeing its goods surplus with the US surge by 180 per cent since Donald Trump won the 2016 election
  • Two separate US probes into timber trade and currency have sent ripples of anxiety through the furniture industry, one of the big winners

Topic |   US-China trade war
INNI Homes, a supplier to US companies such as La Z Boy Casegoods, relocated its production from China to Vietnam before the trade war, in 2012. Photo: Shutterstock INNI Homes, a supplier to US companies such as La Z Boy Casegoods, relocated its production from China to Vietnam before the trade war, in 2012. Photo: Shutterstock
INNI Homes, a supplier to US companies such as La Z Boy Casegoods, relocated its production from China to Vietnam before the trade war, in 2012. Photo: Shutterstock
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