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Device Maker Will Move If Trump Hikes Mexico Tariff


by Charlotte Greenfield

Medical device firm Fisher & Paykel Healthcare will consider switching factories making products bound for the United States from Mexico to New Zealand if US President Donald Trump’s administration taxes Mexican imports.

The company, a major global supplier of specialised respiratory equipment for hospitals, is one of the first companies with Mexican operations to disclose how it would respond to the Trump administration’s proposed tariff on imports from across the US southern border.

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