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U.S. Furniture Industry Eyes Cambodia as Vietnam’s Wages Rise

  • Haverty CEO says wood furniture ‘is not coming back’ to U.S.
  • Retailer confronted supply chain disruption in move from China
Manufacturing in The Capital Workshops As Moody's Reports That Cambodia Could See Negative Spillovers From China
Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

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A shortage of workers in Vietnam -- a huge beneficiary of the U.S. trade war with China -- is getting severe enough that some furniture makers are now scouting Cambodia and Bangladesh for factories, according to one industry chief executive.