Last updated on September 13, 2019: Added a delay in the U.S. implementation of a 5% increase on Lists 1-3 tariffs from October 1 to October 15, 2019.

U.S. Trade Actions

Action Covered Products Rate Increase Effective Date
Section 232 Steel and Aluminum Steel – 25%
Aluminum – 10%
6/1/2018
Status: Steel – all countries of origin except Canada (exempted), Mexico (exempted), South Korea, Brazil, and Argentina (agreed to quotas); and Australia (exempted).

Aluminum – all countries of origin except Canada (exempted), Mexico (exempted), Argentina (agreed to quota); and Australia (exempted).

Beginning August 13, steel articles covered by Section 232 from Turkey are subject to an ad valorem duty rate of 50%.

On October 24, South Africa was granted exemptions on 161 aluminum and 36 steel products by the Commerce Department.

Canada and Mexico exempted on 5/20/2019.

Section 232 Autos and Automotive Parts TBD TBD
Status: For the latest status, please click here.
Section 301 For the final list of products in List 1, please click here.

For the final list of products in List 2, please click here.

For the final list of products in List 3, please click here.

For a list of products in List 4A, please click here. See Annex A.

For a list of products in List 4B, please click here. See Annex C.

25%

30%

25%

30%

10%

25%

30%

15%

 

15%

 

7/6/2018

10/15/2019

8/23/2018

10/15/2019

9/24/2018

5/10/2019

10/15/2019

9/1/2019

 

12/15/2019

 

Status: List 1 totaling $34 billion worth of imports is composed of 818 tariff lines, and went into effect on 7/6/2018.

List 2 totaling $16 billion worth of imports was originally composed of 284 proposed tariff lines identified by the interagency Section 301 Committee. 279 of the 284 lines went into effect on 8/23/2018.

For full details on List 2, please click here.

List 3 totaling approximately $200 billion of imports was originally composed of 6,031 tariff lines. 5,745 full and partial lines went into effect on 9/24/2018.

For full details on List 3, please click here.

Unofficial searchable and filterable spreadsheet with Current U.S. Section 301 Tariff Lists (Updated for Final List 3)

On May 10, 2019, List 3 tariffs increased to 25 percent (see here for on-water exception).

Retaliatory Actions

Canada For covered products, please click here. Table 1 – 25%
Table 2 – 10%
Table 3 – 10%
7/1/2018

(as of 5/20/2019)

Status: The Canadian government received over 1,000 submissions of public feedback during public consultations on its original list.

Canada is imposing countermeasures against C$16.6 billion in imports of steel, aluminum, and other products from the U.S., representing the value of 2017 Canadian exports affected by the U.S. tariffs.

Canada officials terminated its countermeasures on May 20, 2019, after the U.S. lifted its steel and aluminum 232 tariffs.

EU For covered products, please click here. Annex I – 10% or 25%
Annex II – 10% – 50%
Annex I – 6/22/2018
Annex II – 3/23/2021 or 5th day after WTO Dispute Settlement Body rules against the U.S. action, whichever is first.
Status: For the latest status, please click here.
Mexico For the translated list of covered products, please click here. 7% – 25% (pages 1-4)

 

10% – 15% (page 5)

6/5/2018

7/5/2018

(as of 5/20/2019)

Status: Most retaliatory measures effective as of 6/5/2018. An “exception” list is effective on 7/5/2018.

Mexico terminated its countermeasures on May 20, 2019, after the U.S. lifted its steel and aluminum 232 tariffs.

China (Response to Section 232 Tariffs) For covered products, please click here. Annex I – 15% – 25% 4/3/2018
Status: See above.
China (Response to Section 301 Tariffs) For covered products in List 1, please click here.

(Unofficial Version)

25% (No Change on June 1st – 28 lines of auto and auto part products on this list will be excluded) 7/6/2018
For covered products in List 2, please click here.(Unofficial Version) 25% (No Change on June 1st – 116 lines of auto and auto part products on this list will be excluded) 8/23/2018
 

 

For covered products in List 3, please click here. (Unofficial Version)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional Tariffs Announced on August 23, 2019

 

Annex 1 – increased from 10% to 25% on June 1st, 2019

Annex 2 – increased from 10% to 20% on June 1st, 2019

Annex 3 – increased from  5% to 10% on June 1st, 2019

Annex 4 – remains 5% (No Change on June 1st – 67 lines of auto and auto part products on this list will be excluded)

 

 

 

List 1 (Unofficial Version)

List 2 (Unofficial Version)

 

 

 

 

6/1/2019 for Annexes 1, 2, and 3

 

 

 

9/24/2018 (Annex 4)

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 1, 2019

December 15, 2019

 

 

Status: List 1 is composed of 545 tariff lines, and goes into effect on 7/6/2018.

List 2 contains 333 tariff lines on U.S. goods worth $16 billion. Start date is 8/23/2018.

List 3 contains 5,207 tariff lines on U.S. worth $60 billion. Start date is 9/24/2018.

The September 1 and December 15, 2019 increases represent an additional $75 billion of tariffs on U.S. goods.  

India For covered products, please click here. Up to $10.6 billion;
Annex I – 5% – 100%
1/31/2019
Status: The U.S. declined India’s request for WTO consultations.
Japan For covered products, please click here. Up to $1.91 billion TBD – no earlier than March 23, 2021, or the 5th day following the date of a decision from the WTO DSB, whichever comes first.
Status: No update since May 18, 2018. Ambassador Lighthizer is holding trade talks with Economy Minister Motegi in July. Under Secretary McKinney is also leading a trade mission to Japan to discuss a possible bilateral trade deal.
Russia For covered products, please click here. Additional Tariffs of 25, 30, 35, or 40% 8/6/2018
Status: On August 6, 2018, Russia began imposing additional tariffs on selected U.S. products.
Turkey For covered products, please click here. Up to $1.78 billion;
Annex I – 5% – 40%Increased certain duties by 4 to 140%
 

6/21/2018

8/15/2018

 

Status:

Update on August 28, 2019: Added U.S. 5% retaliation to China’s $75 billion of additional tariffs on U.S. goods.

Update on 8/23/2019: Added China’s $75 billion of additional tariffs on U.S. goods to begin September 1 and December 15, 2019.

Update on 8/13/2019: Added U.S. Lists 4A and 4B with implementation dates of 9/1/2019 and 12/15/2019, respectively.

Update on 5/20/2019: Updated China retaliatory tariffs effective June 1; added Canada and Mexico are now exempt from Section 232 Steel and Aluminum tariffs as of 5/20/2019; added Canada and Mexico announcements ending Section 232 retaliatory tariffs as of 5/20/2019; and updated status of Section 232 Autos and Automotive parts investigation.

Update on 5/14/2019: Add unofficial spreadsheet with Section 301 List 4 and details of public comment and hearing dates and process.

Update on 5/10/2019: U.S. Section 301 List 3 Tariffs Increased from 10 percent to 25 percent.

Update on 1/17/2019: India Retaliatory Tariffs on goods of US origin – effective date now 1/31/2019.

Update on 10/30/2018: Added South Africa’s Section 232 steel and aluminum exemptions.

Update on 10/15/2018: certain HTSUS subheadings covered by the supplemental action were modified as of October 1, 2018. This notice conforms the September 21 supplemental action to the HTSUS modifications in the Presidential Proclamation and amends the prior action taken in the investigation by removing certain subheadings of the HTSUS listed in Annex A to the September 21st Notice. 83 FR 49153.

Update on 8/22/2018: added the Government of Turkey’s WTO response to the U.S.’ doubling of tariffs on steel articles covered by Section 232 imported from Turkey.

Update on 8/16/2018: added link to Federal Register Notice formalizing China List 2 Section 301 tariffs.

Update on 8/14/2018: added new Section 232 tariff of 50% on steel from Turkey.

Update on 8/8/2018: added China’s retaliatory tariffs on $16 billion – List of affected HTS Subheadings includes additional 219 tariff items, plus tariff rate of 25%.

Update on 8/7/2017: added USTR’s final list of covered products for Section 301 List 2 tariffs with 25% tariff rate.

Update on 8/3/18: added China’s latest Section 301 (List 3) retaliatory tariffs.

Update on 8/2/2018: changed the proposed rate for China Section 301 List 3 from 10 percent to 25 percent.

Update on 7/13/2018: added link to an unofficial searchable and filterable spreadsheet listing the tariff codes for all three current U.S. Section 301 tariff lists (see last line in Section 301 Status).

Update on 7/11/2018: added new U.S. Section 301 tariffs announced on 7/10/2018.

Update on 7/2/2018: added EU Annex I tariffs effective.

Update on 6/29/2018: added Canadian retaliatory tariffs.

Update on 6/21/2018: added India, Japan, Russia, and Turkey.

Update on 6/18/2018: added China’s Section 301 retaliatory tariffs.

Update on 6/15/2018: added new U.S. Section 301 tariffs; added translated version of Mexican retaliatory measures and updated Mexico section.

Update on 9/18/2018: added the final list of products in List 3, its tariff rate of 10 percent, effective date of 9/24/2018, and tariff rate of 25 percent effective on 1/1/2019. Also, China’s retaliatory action for the new tariffs has been updated. The tariff rates changed for three of the four annexes. The new tariffs are effective on 9/24/2018.