Today, May 13, 2019, China announced that it will increase tariffs imposed on about $60 billion of U.S. goods in retaliation of President Trump’s latest tariff increase on China Goods.
The tariffs will take effect on June 1, according to a statement on the Ministry of Finance’s website on Monday. The charges will thereby be raised on most of the goods listed on a previous retaliation list effective last September.
China’s retaliatory tariffs will be imposed at the following levels:
- 25% tariffs on 2,493 items from current 10%
- 20% tariffs on 1,078 items from current 10%
- 10% tariffs on 974 items from current 5%
- 5% tariffs to continue on 595 items. Auto parts, which were initially on the list but have been exempted since December, are still excluded
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Source: Bloomberg News