Trump’s tariffs could nip South Carolina florist’s business – and his daughter’s Guangdong trip – in the bud

//Trump’s tariffs could nip South Carolina florist’s business – and his daughter’s Guangdong trip – in the bud

Trump’s tariffs could nip South Carolina florist’s business – and his daughter’s Guangdong trip – in the bud

Mike Green, who sells artificial flowers made of fabric and plastic, is one of countless small American business owners caught up in a trade war that threatens not only their livelihoods, but deep friendships and ties built over years with Chinese business partners.Much of Green’s business at Palmetto Designs International in Spartanburg, South Carolina, depends on China, by far the biggest US source for artificial flowers. Manufacturers in Guangdong province make the polyester and other…

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