The Wall Street Journal: U.S. manufacturers move production from China as tariff tensions continue

U.S. manufacturers are shifting production to countries outside of China as trade tensions between the world’s two biggest economies stretch into a second year.

Companies that make Crocs shoes, Yeti beer coolers, Roomba vacuums and GoPro cameras are producing goods in other countries to avoid U.S. tariffs of as much as 25% on some $250 billion of imports from China. Apple Inc. AAPL, +0.77% also is considering shifting final assembly of some of its devices out of China to avoid U.S. tariffs.

Furniture-maker Lovesac Co. LOVE, -1.34% is making about 60% of its furniture in China, down from 75% at the start of the year.

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