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The Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR) announces a procedure allowing U.S. interested parties to request the exclusion of certain Chinese products, subject to additional tariffs, in accordance with the September 2018 list (list 3). The electronic exclusion application portal for September 2018 products will be opened on June 30, 2019. (For more information, click here). The United States is increasing tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods from 10 to 25 per cent (List 3), as the United States and China fail to reach an agreement after the end of the 11th round of high-level trade negotiations. The increase in tariffs will be effective from May 10, 2019 at 12:01 p.m. (EST), with goods departing from China to the United States before midnight still being taxed at the previous rate of 10%. (See full communication here). In response, China`s Ministry of Commerce issued a statement announcing that it would “deeply regret” the tariffs and would take “necessary counter-measures.” My comment is similar to that of Renan Lessa Da Costa. They write that China imposed tariffs on imports from the United States on day 423: September 1, 2019, which included “for the first time a 5% tariff on U.S. crude oil.” But if you look at s.51, from the schedule 2 list, the product contains HS27090000 crude oil. This means that, since August 2018, China has applied 25% tariffs on crude oil imports from the United States.

The Chinese Customs Commission of the State Council has announced a new list of 79 American products that may be excluded from retaliatory duties. The latest list includes U.S. imports of medical disinfectants, rare minerals, silver and gold ores and concentrates, as well as certain nickel and aluminum alloy products. (The full list is available here). This waiver takes effect from May 19, 2020 to May 18, 2021. Another issue: On 414: 23 August 2019, you say that the Chinese State Council has authorized the reintroduction of Chinese tariffs on American auto parts from 15 December 2019. Are these products part of ad [2019] No. 4, Appendix 2 or is it a separate list? For the first time since the beginning of the trade war, representatives from the middle levels of the United States and China are meeting. U.S.

Treasury Secretary David Malpass and Chinese Vice Trade Minister Wang Shouwen met in Washington DC to discuss ways to resolve the ongoing trade dispute and escalating tariffs.

Megan posted this on 4/12/21 in Uncategorized.