U.S. furniture imports slow as shipments from China crash

U.S. furniture imports slow as shipments from China crash
    U.S. furniture imports fell in the first half, a result of a double-digit drop in shipments from China due to tariffs on finished goods including wood furniture and upholstery.    Imports fell to $11.67 billion from $12.14 billion, in the first half of 2018, a 4% drop. This was fueled by a 17% decrease in shipments from China, which totaled $5.6 billion in the first half, compared with $6.7 billion the year before.    China fell in each of the top five product categories ...

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