By Fan Yu
“Companies are actively seeking alternatives to ‘Made in China,’” according to a July investigative study by University of Delaware professor Sheng Lu for the U.S. Fashion Industry Association.
“This does not seem to be due to concerns about cost, but rather the worries about the escalating U.S.–China trade tensions,” Lu noted. The annual study polled 28 executives of large, predominantly U.S.-based fashion retailers and wholesalers.