China’s latest tariff retaliation will hit some US$60 billion in US exports, including hundreds of agricultural, mining, and manufactured products, threatening jobs and profits at companies around the United States. Sources: Quartz, Timberbiz
Before the trade war started in earnest, China bought around 17% of US agricultural exports and was a major market for other goods.
In addition to the 25% tariffs below, Beijing has added 20% tariffs on 1078 US products, 10% tariffs on 974 US products, and 5% tariffs on 595 US products.
The list of forestry products below was translated from China’s ministry of finance press release using Google translate, and may be inexact in spots. Quartz also rearranged some items on the list to group them into categories, and they may not be in the order of their “harmonized tariff schedule” codes.
Other lists include paper and paper products as well as non-wood related products in a huge variety of categories.