Microsoft clarified to the media that the company will not transfer manufacturing capacity from China, and there is currently no plan to do so. This is inconsistent with the Nikkei News report, which specifically mentions that Microsoft hopes toXboxManufacturing capacity has been transferred from China to Thailand and Indonesia, and these two countries have previously established manufacturingSurfaceEquipment factory.
The Nikkei reported thatAcerwithAsusIt has been confirmed that some of the production capacity will be transferred from China. Last week,HPThey said that they would not comment on the rumors, but they did “feel the industry’s concerns about the rising cost of electronic products brought about by tariffs and harming consumers.”
Sino-US trade negotiations have been announced at the end of June, and the plan to impose a 25% tariff on goods worth more than $300 billion has been suspended. The original tax plan includes laptops, tablets, headphones, solid state drives, keyboards and other products. It will have a profound impact on the manufacturing capacity of US technology companies in China.