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How Tariffs on Chinese Products Are Affecting the Manufacturing and Retail Community

Import/Export

Now that the Trump administration’s $200 billion of additional tariffs have gone into effect on thousands of Chinese imports, the apparel and retail industries are figuring out what to do next. Covered in this round of tariffs are buttons, bobbins, yarns, embroidery, textiles, handbags and leather. Apparel is not part of the equation yet.

How Healthy Is the Retail Industry and What Lies Ahead?

Finance

We asked finance experts and factors to give us their take on the retail industry and how it is shaping up this year.

The Tariff Scare Keeps Apparel and Textile Companies Hopping

Import/Export

President Trump launched a trade war in March by imposing a 10 percent tariff on aluminum and a 25 percent tariff on steel coming from countries around the world.

What’s in Store for the Factoring Business With Fewer Stores on the Retail Landscape?

Finance

The retail boneyard is piled high with store doors that closed last year, and many more may be on the way.

How Are Finance People Handling the Weak Retail Market and Have They Adjusted Their Financing Rules for Clothing Manufacturers?

Finance

As retailers start shrinking their footprints around the country, apparel manufacturers are wondering how to cope with this constricting retail landscape.

What Stumbling Blocks Are in Store This Year for Apparel Makers and Retailers?

Finance

The California Apparel News recently spoke with several finance-industry executives about what challenges and bumps in the road apparel manufacturers and retailers are facing this year now that the uncertainty of the presidential election is over, but another set of uncertainties have cropped up under a new administration.

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