“Howard, of Dallas, told a panel of interagency officials that the particular coils he imports for use in vaping devices can only be bought from China, and that his business, Coil Wholesalers LLC, would be harmed if the tariffs go through. “There’s one source for them, that’s China,” he said.”
“… Jonathan Cowles of Atlanta-based Liberty Furniture said tariffs would have a “devastating effect” on his company, and would act as an “added tax.” Resulting price increases on Liberty’s products “would ultimately be passed on to our consumer,” he said, describing tariffs as a “direct hit” on consumers.”
“Jim Day, a vice president at the ’47 Brand hat company, said it would take at least a decade for the United States to develop the manufacturing capacity to produce the hats he sells because such facilities were shuttered many years ago. If President Trump’s tariffs move ahead, Mr. Day said, it will mean job cuts at his Massachusetts-based business.” (Jim Day 表示至少要10年才能在美國建立跟中國一樣的製造供應鏈，因為他公司販賣的帽子生產線在美國早已關閉許多年）
NYT — “Companies Warn More China Tariffs Will Cripple Them and Hurt Consumers"
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