Tariffs force US furniture retailers to cut their cushion

Global Business

In the California Central Valley city of Modesto, it’s business as usual for The Furniture Market.

As customers look for the best fit, it’s also not hard to notice something else on display fresh signs indicating a new price hike and the reason why.

Retailers want the customer to know that in a trade war there’s a price to pay, and much of that comes right out of their own pocket.

CGTN’s Mark Niu reports.