Goods made in Hong Kong and exported to the US must be marked Made in China in the future. Photo: AFP Goods made in Hong Kong and exported to the US must be marked Made in China in the future. Photo: AFP
Goods made in Hong Kong and exported to the US must be marked Made in China in the future. Photo: AFP
United States

US authorities give Hong Kong exporters some breathing room over switch to ‘Made-in-China’ labels

  • US Customs and Border Protection extends deadline from September 25 to November 9
  • City’s economy minister Edward Yau says policy is ‘unnecessary and unreasonable’

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Goods made in Hong Kong and exported to the US must be marked Made in China in the future. Photo: AFP Goods made in Hong Kong and exported to the US must be marked Made in China in the future. Photo: AFP
Goods made in Hong Kong and exported to the US must be marked Made in China in the future. Photo: AFP
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