It's the center of so much in Canada.
Originally Appeared on Condé Nast Traveler
Sey: I work overseas, mostly in South East Asia. It's common knowledge that China now first ships to their products to at least 20 different ports around the world where "made in China" labels are removed and paperwork is done so the product is said to be originating from other countries, thus avoiding the tariffs upon arrival to the United States. Just a small added cost of doing business for them.