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Higher Consumer Health Price Tags Ahead As Chinese Import Tariff Increases

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Additional tariffs on Chinese imports of ingredients needed for dietary supplements in addition to active ingredients and excipients used in OTC drugs will increase manufacturers' costs even if they arrange to receive ingredients from firms in the US of other countries. The American Herbal Products Association told USTR that firms impacted by the additional tariff "will be faced with the need to either increase prices and thus risk sales losses, absorb additional costs by reducing profit margins, or discontinue products; each of these options risks economic harm to these companies and job losses to their employees."

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