International Trade

Trump’s tariffs may hurt, but quitting China is hard to do. Why other countries can’t fill the bill.

Factory workers head to their dorms with their purchases after finishing their shifts in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, July 27, 2018. . (Adam Dean/The New York Times)

As tariffs begin to make China look more expensive, many companies are considering cheaper places to make their products, like Vietnam and Cambodia. But a move isn’t easy, because these countries don’t have China’s vast supplier network and dependable roads.  VIEW

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