In a press release issued on August 1, United States Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer announced the President directed him to consider increasing the proposed level of the additional duty on the latest Section 301 List (List 3 worth $200 billion) from 10% to 25%.

On August 3, China responded in kind and threatened to increase retaliatory tariffs on $60 billion in U.S. goods should President Trump move forward with new tariffs on imports from China.

In addition to USTR’s proposed action on List 3, the second U.S. Section 301 List (worth $16 billion) just finished a public comment process. The White House has not announced its decision on List 2 as of yet. For an overview of the current U.S. Section 301 tariff status, please click here. China’s proposed retaliation would increase duties on the affected U.S. goods by 5, 10, 20, or 25%.

Please click here for an unofficial version of the HTS Subheadings on the 25% list.

Please click here for an unofficial version of the HTS Subheadings on the 20% list.

Please click here for an unofficial version of the HTS Subheadings on the 10% list.

Please click here for an unofficial version of the HTS Subheadings on the 5% list.