The United States’ decision to force Hong Kong traders to relabel exports as ‘Made in China’ is expected to take a toll on local brands. Illustration: Henry WongThe United States’ decision to force Hong Kong traders to relabel exports as ‘Made in China’ is expected to take a toll on local brands. Illustration: Henry Wong
The United States’ decision to force Hong Kong traders to relabel exports as ‘Made in China’ is expected to take a toll on local brands. Illustration: Henry Wong

Trump’s attack on the ‘Made-in-Hong Kong’ label expected to hurt some firms but not local pride in brand

  • A US deadline is rapidly approaching for the city’s manufacturers to begin stamping their products ‘Made in China’
  • Firms that rely on American buyers say the change robs them of hard-fought reputation, while others vow to carry Hong Kong name into new markets

Topic |   US-China trade war
The United States’ decision to force Hong Kong traders to relabel exports as ‘Made in China’ is expected to take a toll on local brands. Illustration: Henry WongThe United States’ decision to force Hong Kong traders to relabel exports as ‘Made in China’ is expected to take a toll on local brands. Illustration: Henry Wong
The United States’ decision to force Hong Kong traders to relabel exports as ‘Made in China’ is expected to take a toll on local brands. Illustration: Henry Wong
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