Made in China: The millennial-loved goods facing Trump’s trade war

Electric scooter by a trash can.
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The 818 items on the first round of tariffs for Chinese imports may drive up prices on products popular with American millennials as soon as this week, the Financial Times reports.

Why it matters: Much of the focus on the 25% tax on Chinese imports — and subsequent retaliatory tariffs — was its burden on the U.S. manufacturing and agriculture industries, but products popular with younger generations like vaporizers, electric scooters, and smart home products are caught up in the crossfire, too.