Donald Trump’s trade war with China aims to bring back manufacturing to the US. But in reality, could it be America’s once enemy, Vietnam, that could gain the most? A string of companies are starting to shift production there from China to minimise the impact of the trade war after Washington imposed a fresh round of tariffs on an array of Chinese imports. Last week, it emerged that Google could be moving production of its Pixel smartphone and smart speaker out of China to a former Nokia plant in Vietnam while Apple has also reportedly been considering similar steps. And in 2018, GoerTek, a Chinese manufacturer of Apple’s Airpod headphones, announced that it was setting up shop elsewhere, taking… To continue reading this article Start your free trial of Premium Access all Premium articles Subscriber-only events Cancel any time Free for 30 days then only £2 per week Try Premium Access one Premium article per week Register for free We’re glad you’re enjoying The Telegraph Register or subscribe to continue readingAlready a subscriber? Log in Register Free One free Premium article per week Newsletters and daily briefings Register Subscribe 30 days free, then £2 per week Unlimited access to Premium articles Subscriber-only newsletters Exclusive subscriber events and rewards The daily newspaper… Read full this story
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