More companies pulling production out of China

Reportedly more than 50 major companies.
China, Tech, Business, US, Trade war, Trade, Trump, Manufacturing

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Part of the port area in Chiwan, China. Photo credit: Ben Mack

More companies are pulling production out of China amid an ongoing trade war.

More than 50 major companies have either pulled out or scaled back operations.

Meanwhile, US president Donald Trump is continuing to threaten more tariffs on China-made goods.

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