(Isstories Editorial):- Salford, Jul 9, 2018 (Issuewire.com) – US-China Trade War Begins, affects UK market?
The United States started imposing 25 percent tariff on Chinese imports after midnight Thursday, firing a salvo in a trade war that analysts said would sour relations between the two countries while hurting businesses, consumers, and the world economy.
In all, about $75 billion worth of US exports will be subject to retaliatory tariffs from the countrys major trade partners as of this week, according to a statement from the US Chamber of Commerce.
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The major question on the lips of many people in Britain is how what is turning out to be the biggest trade will affect the lives of people, particularly mums and babies.
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An international study revealed that Childcare costs in Britain are by far the highest in the Western world, with an insurance firm, LV, valuing the total expense of raising a child until they are 21 at £229,251. This is more expensive than buying a house in most big cities. Studies have also revealed that the majority of the cost to the consumer is in the mark-up that goes to the middleman and retailer. Sometimes there is more than one middleman, which has made it necessary for businesses to seek ways of reducing the impact of middlemen and consequently save cots. This has led to the creation of The Direct-to-Consumer business model, which allows manufacturers to sell directly online to consumers.
Using the Direct-to-Consumer business model, Ealingbox could help many families save a large amount of money on baby products. As a young but vibrant baby goods platform in the UK, Ealingbox creates a customer to manufacturer relationship, linking English Mums directly with over 300 top and reliable manufacturers, providing them with premium quality baby products at reduced prices, and of course ensuring great value for money spent.
Its website has seen sales increase 50% in less than two months since its launch, with accolades coming from different quarters. This website looks fabulous. I can easily find new innovative and high-quality products with prices are around 20%-50% lower than other baby retailers. Because of this big savings, we could afford a cozy family holiday this summer, says Angelina, a mother of a 3-year-old Daughter from Salford.
By analysing the effort of US-China trade war, the ¼ reduction of mutual exports are forecasted by most of the manufacturers in both countries. Calvin, Director of Ealingbox Redundant supply press down pricing, therefore our partner manufacturers guaranteed to supply products to our customers at best ever price.
More information about Ealingbox and the products on sale on the platform can be found on the website.
Ealingbox is an online seller of affordable quality baby goods. Benefitting from Direct-to-Consumer model, Ealingbox.co.uk links consumers directly with more than 300 reliable manufacturers in baby goods industry, helping to find high-quality products at a remarkably lower price.
Ealingbox is based in Manchester, England, with brothers and sisters in Hong Kong and the USA. The platform was created by executives from international E-commerce platforms with the aim of providing affordable yet quality baby products to mums and other such shoppers. The platform has served over 100,000 families in 30 countries since 2015.
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