Recent Examples of consumer goods from the Web
To date, China has relied on manufacturing and exporting basic consumer goods like clothing, shoes and consumer electronics to drive the country’s growth.
The Trump administration targeted Chinese goods that are used for businesses, avoiding popular consumer goods.
Amazon employees at the 850,000 square-foot center will pack and ship small items like books, electronics and consumer goods, according to a press release.
When the war was over at last, the U.S. lifted its ban on steel consumer goods.
While the direct impact on consumer goods appears to be limited for now, Trump's 25 percent tariffs on Chinese goods will hit products sold to certain American manufacturers, medical device makers and farmers, among others.
The new Canadian tariffs, which took effect at 12:01 a.m. Sunday, are hitting a long list of U.S. consumer goods, including ketchup and other Kraft Heinz products.
Of all consumer goods, wine is one of the hardest for which to shop.
Beijing also has cut import duties on autos and some consumer goods and promised to remove limits on foreign ownership in its auto, insurance and finance industries.
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: products that people buy for personal use or for use at home
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