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Facing US tariff threat, Vietnam’s furniture makers fight back against claims of illegal trading practices

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Vietnamese businesses are pushing back against investigations by the United States into its timber industry and currency management that threaten to wipe out Vietnam’s huge gains from the US-China trade war.The Southeast Asian nation has been heralded as one of the main victors of the superpower clash, soaking up manufacturing exiting China to avoid Donald Trump’s trade tariffs on Chinese goods.As a result, Vietnam’s own trade surplus with the US ballooned – up 180 per cent in October compared…

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Vietnamese businesses are pushing back against investigations by the United States into its timber industry and currency management that threaten to wipe out Vietnam’s huge gains from the US-China trade war.The Southeast Asian nation has been heralded as one of the main victors of the superpower clash, soaking up manufacturing exiting China to avoid Donald Trump’s trade tariffs on Chinese goods.As a result, Vietnam’s own trade surplus with the US ballooned – up 180 per cent in October compared…

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