LISTS: Products imported from China that will be subject to additional tariffs
On Friday, June 15, the Office of the United States Trade Representative identified the products imported from China that will be subject to additional tariffs.
The goods were divided into two lists. The first list is made up of 818 products. A news release from the United States Trade Representative said the agency "has determined to impose an additional duty of 25 percent on these 818 [products] after having sought and received views from the public and advice from the appropriate trade advisory committees. Customs and Border Protection will begin to collect the additional duties on July 6, 2018."
A second list of 284 Chinese products is under review.
On Tuesday, the Trump Administration announced an additional $200 billion in tariffs on Chinese imports. The proposed tariff on those goods would be 10 percent. The list of the additional Chinese goods facing the 10 percent tariff was not released by the trade representative Tuesday.