US$60 billion, up to 25% tariff, involving US imports of sem

TIME:2019-01-09  HITS:2097

In the near future, the United States may impose a 25% tariff on $16 billion of imports from China. On August 2, the United States announced that it would raise the tax rate on 200 billion US dollars of Chinese products exported to the United States from 10% to 25%.
On August 3, the Office of the Tariff and Tax Commission of the State Council issued a notice saying that China was forced to take countermeasures against the unilateral escalation of trade frictions by the United States. With the approval of the State Council, the Tariff and Tax Commission of the State Council decided to impose tariffs of 25%, 20%, 10% and 5% on 5207 items of goods originating in the United States of America, amounting to about $60 billion.
Which Semiconductor Products Are Involved
The list covers tantalum chip capacitors, aluminium chip capacitors, other aluminium electrolytic capacitors, single-layer ceramic dielectric capacitors, multi-layer ceramic dielectric capacitors, other paper or plastic dielectric capacitors, other fixed capacitors, other variable or adjustable (fine-tunable) capacitors, synthetic or film fixed carbon resistors with rated power less than 20. W-chip fixed resistor, rated power > 20W potentiometer, various resistor parts, unrecorded flash memory, light-emitting diode LED, light-emitting diode display screen, circuit protection device with voltage < 1000V, relay with voltage > 60V, transistor with dissipative power < 1W, semiconductor and thyristor and other switching elements, > four-layer and < four-layer printed circuit with additional 25%. Customs duties. The 25% tariff imposed on the United States and Canada is related to the semiconductor product page: see the figure below.

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