CNBC: What a 'normal' peak retail trade season could look like this year
CNBC‘s Lori Ann LaRocco writes: – Peak season, the time of year when retailers start importing ...
Spring has sprung for U.S. imports, and the trade that is being exported from China is centered on the items you would expect to be selling even in a lower demand environment.
In peak housing season and ahead of summer, it’s wrought iron outdoor furniture, bookcases, doors, and household items such as lamps that are the top items coming into the country, according to data from ImportGenius and bills of lading, which are the customs paperwork which details the products ...
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