Pandemic Hit US Electronic Imports, but TV Imports from China Recover in Q2 Despite Tariffs

Published August 17, 2020

US imports of electronics goods in the second quarter of 2020 declined by 11% Y/Y to $73.1 billion despite high demand for TVs, according to analysis of data released by the US International Trade Commission (US ITC). While imports from China declined on a Y/Y basis, they recovered from Q1 lows despite the pandemic and punitive tariffs on TVs, and Mexico was the region hardest hit by the pandemic.

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Bob O'Brien