The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative announced Monday, May 13 a list of approximately $300 billion in goods imported from China on which USTR is proposing to impose Section 301 additional tariffs of up to 25 percent. The full list can be viewed here via PDF file.
USTR states that this extensive list of 3,805 full and partial HTSUS subheadings covers essentially all products not already subject to Section 301additional tariffs.
It includes all apparel, footwear, and manufactured textile products, among others, but excludes pharmaceuticals, certain pharmaceutical inputs, select medical goods, rare earth materials, and critical minerals. USTR will hold a public hearing on this proposal June 17. The tariff increase on this list could be implemented any time after June 24 in any amount up to 25 percent, on top of the regular rate of duty.
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