HarperCollins warns possible tariffs on China will ‘damage’ Bible sales
By The Christian Post
HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc. has expressed concern over the possibility of tariffs on books and printed materials from China, stating that it might “damage” Bible sales in the United States.
HarperCollins oversees the largest Bible publishers in the United States, Thomas Nelson and Zondervan. About 75 percent of their Bible production expenses are in China.
The company explained that they believe “imposing tariffs on books and Bibles would seriously and disproportionately damage our business and our customers.”
Source:The Christian Post