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On Wednesday, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce announced that it would be imposing additional tariff restrictions on products imported from the United States. These new tariffs would affect $16 billion worth of goods including motorcycles and large passenger cars. These actions continue the back and forth trade restrictions between the two nations.
These tariffs come after the U.S. Trade Representative’s office confirmed an additional $16 billion worth of tariffs on Chinese goods that would go into effect on August 23. This brings the total amount of tariffs on products from China to $50 billion. Regarding the retaliatory tariffs from China, President Trump tweeted “China is targeting our farmers, who they know I love & respect, as a way of getting me to continue allowing them to take advantage of the U.S.”