Some announced tariffs won’t go into effect until December, providing some relief for retailers and consumers as the holiday shopping season kicks in:
“The United States Trade Representative (USTR) said it will delay 10% tariffs on “certain articles” from China, originally slated to take effect Sept. 1, to Dec. 15. These include cell phones, laptops, some toys and some footwear and clothing.”
P.S. Tariffs could increase costs throughout the supply chain. 8th & Walton advisors help suppliers run a nimble business and keep costs down as much as possible — whether their production is state-side or international. Work with our advisors to stay ahead of changes that could impact your business. Our experts can help. Book a consultation today.