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Industry importers, trade associations support extending China tariff exclusions

As published by Furniture Today:

"A number of importers and manufacturers spoke in favor of extending tariff exclusions on products ranging from upholstered seating to cribs and bassinets, citing a lack of production capacity and trained workers in the United States that can produce the same quality as manufacturers in China.

They also cited concerns about product safety, particularly relating to children’s products that have been made in China for years and have thus adhered to safety standards aimed at protecting children."

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