President Donald Trump announced tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods on Monday, escalating the US-China trade war.
The tariffs will apply to a slew of Chinese goods, ranging from minerals to food to clothing.
The US Trade Representatives office removed almost 300 items from an initial list released in July.
But 5,745 Chinese goods will still get hit.
We complied the major categories of goods that will be subject to the tariffs.
President Donald Trump kicked the trade war with China into high gear Monday, formally announcing the imposition of tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.
The tariffs cover a wide array of goods, from minerals used in manufacturing, to vegetable juices, to leather handbags. All of the goods with face a 10% duty until the start of 2019, when the tariffs will jump to 25%.
While the Trump administration is downplaying the effect of the tariffs, many economists expect prices for these goods will increase once the tariffs are officially imposed on September 24.
The new list of goods that will be subject to the tariffs was released by the US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer's office on Monday.
The final list is notably different from the previous round of tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods, because there are consumer products on the list. The previous round focused almost exclusively on industrial equipment and machinery, while the new round includes items like hats, TVs, and food.
There were 297 items removed from the USTR's initial list, released in July, after the public comment period
Certain consumer electronics including smartwatches and bluetooth devices
Certain industrial chemicals used for manufacturing textiles
Certain health and safety products including bicycle helmets
Certain types of child safety furniture including high chairs and car seats
The USTR did not specify how it determined which products to remove beyond assertions that the official followed an inter-agency procedure and listened to feedback from businesses. The smartwatch removal drew interest after it was revealed that Apple, makers of the Apple Watch, directly lobbied the White House.
Even with the removals, 5,745 full or partial tariff lines are included on the final list that represent roughly $200 billion worth of Chinese imports.
Here's a breakdown of the major categories included in the list:
Here is the full list, via the USTR:
US-China Tariff List 09.17.18 by on Scribd
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