Last year, the U.S. imposed new duties on steel and aluminum imports from Canada and Mexico, prompting the Mexican government to react with its own set of retaliatory tariffs that ended up having an impact on some U.S. direct sellers that sell health supplements.
“If China wants to restrict anything coming from the U.S. or tax any company it sees fit from the U.S., it could do that very easily. In that scenario, what’s going to happen is that the cost is going to be absorbed by the company or passed on to the consumer.”
—Rafael Miner, partner, Miner Group Consulting
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