Paradata: Tariff on Electronic Parts from China
Dataset of electronic part categories impacted by tariffs imposed on China.
Since the first list went into effect on July 6, 2018, tariffs on goods imported to the U.S. from China have been a significant source of pain, particularly for those in the high-tech industry. As reported by SourceToday, the 818 categories of products listed are valued at $34 billion, with electronic components making up 58 of the categories, accounting for 15% of the value of targeted goods.
Paradata leverages its machine learning engine and extensive parts knowledge base to deliver HTS codes, tariff exposure risk, and distributor policies to help commodity managers better understand the total tariffs’ cost risk, which parts are impacted, and where shortage risks exist.
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Paradata provides supply chain component information including public prices, component alternatives, and context information to help with purchasing decisions. Paradata provides accurate, up-to-date information, associated trends, comparatives between sources, and transparency into the sources of the information. All of these are delivered, at the point of the business decision, through our standard set of APIs and our standalone paraInsights platform.
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