The Trump administration is preparing tariffs on $300 billion worth of Chinese goods. Here are all the products that will get hit.

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  • The Trump administration is preparing to place tariffs
    on all remaining Chinese imports.
  • That would affect about $300 billion worth of
  • This round of duties would include significantly more
    everyday products, from phones to clothing. 

The Trump administration is
preparing to place tariffs
on all remaining Chinese imports,
about $300 billion worth. Here is a list of the major categories,
which include significantly more everyday products than previous

Electric machinery: A wide range of electronics
including telephones for cellular networks or for other wireless
networks, telephone sets, food grinders and processors, headphones,
recorders, microwave ovens, electrothermic appliances such as
hairdryers, lithium-ion batteries, video monitors, television

Machinery and mechanical appliances: Ceiling
fans, burners, dryers, furnaces, dishwashing machines, dryers,
parts of fire extinguishers, ovens, cooking stoves, lawnmowers,
printers, snowplows, cranes, brewing machinery, baking instruments,
knitting and weaving machines, chainsaws, keyboards, scanners, cash

Live animals: horses, mules, cows, buffalo,
swine, sheep, goats, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, primates,
whales, dolphins, porpoises, manatees, dugongs, seals, sea lions,
walruses, camels, rabbits, hares, foxes, mammals, reptiles, birds
of prey, bees, live insects other than bees

Meat: Cuts and carcasses of cattle, pigs, lamb,
sheep, goats, horses, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, guineafowls,
primates, whales, dolphins, porpoises, manatees, dugongs, seals,
seal lions or walruses, camels, reptiles

Fish and seafood: Cod, haddock, Alaska pollack,
salmon, Bregamacerotidae

Other animal products: Eggs, milk and cream of
various fat contents, yogurt, sour cream, buttermilk, other dairy
products and spreads, fats and oils derived from milk, a wide range
of cheeses including American, cheddar, gouda, romano, colby,
swiss, cheese substitutes, hair, guts, bladders, stomachs,
feathers, animal feed

Plants: Live plants and bulbs of tulips,
lilies, roses, orchids, and various other flower types, foliage,
branches, mosses and lichens

Vegetables: Potatoes, tomatoes, brussels
sprouts, head lettuce, other lettuce, Witloof chicory, cucumbers,
lima beans, chickpeas, pigeon peas, asparagus, eggplants, spinach,
artichokes, olives, pumpkins, lentils, fiddlehead greens, brussels
sprouts, olives, truffles, capers, dried seeds, yams, an assortment
of canned vegetables

Fruit and nuts: Brazil nuts, hazelnuts,
macadamia nuts, kola nuts, areca nuts, pignolias, plantains,
avocados, grapefruit, lemons, various types of limes, citrus fruit
not elsewhere specified or included, grapes, watermelons,
cantaloupes, melons, papayas, apricots, sour cherries, plums,
prunes and sloes, raspberries and loganberries, blackberries and
mulberries, kiwi, durians, other cherries, canned juices of various

Coffee, tea and spices: Caffeinated and
decaffeinated coffee, black tea, green tea, pepper, paprika,
cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg, mace, cumin, ginger, saffron, turmeric,
thyme, bay leaves, curry, dill

Grains: Durum wheat, seed of wheat and meslin,
rye, seed corn, rice in the husk, fonio, triticale, pasta,
couscous, biscuits, waffles, wafers

Oil seeds and miscellaneous grains: Peanuts,
cotton seeds, palm nuts and kernels, castor oil seeds, clover
seeds, fescue seeds, Kentucky bluegrass seeds, hop cones, tonka

Oils and fats: Olive oil, soybean oil, peanut
oil, sunflower oil, palm oil, cottonseed oil, corn oil, sesame oil,
castor oil, nut oils, jojoba oil, rapeseed oil, various waxes

Sugars and candies: Cane sugar, beet sugar,
maple sugar, glucose, syrup, fructose, gum and candy not containing
cocoa, certain types of chocolate and cocoa powder

Other food items: Condiments including ketchup,
mustard, and more

Alcohol and mixers: Wine, vermouth, brandy,
scotch, whiskey, rum, gin, vodka, liqueurs, bitters, tequila

Tobacco products: Various preparations of
tobacco, including that to be used in cigarettes

Salts and minerals: Sulfates

Ores, slag, ash, mineral fuels: Ash and
residues from the incineration of municipal waste, various types of
waste oils including from fuel

Inorganic chemicals: Uranium, radioactive
elements, arsenic acid, oxides, hydroxides and peroxides of barium,
artificial corundum, aluminum oxide, complex fluorine salts,
vanadium chlorides, chloride oxides and chloride hydroxides other
than of copper or of vanadium, sodium bromate, cyanides and cyanide
oxides, except those of sodium, spent fuel elements of nuclear

Organic chemicals: A wide variety of organic
chemicals including pesticides and their derivatives. See the full

Tanning and drying extracts, dyes, and

Essential oils and perfumes: Various types of
oils, including eucalyptus, peppermint and those made of fruits

Candles, tapers and the like

Glues, adhesives, and enzymes

Explosives: Fireworks, signaling flares,
matches, safety fuses

Plastics: Dispensers, plates, cups, saucers,
soup bowls, cereal bowls, sugar bowls, creamers, gravy boats,
serving dishes and platters, of plastics, trays, tableware and
kitchenware articles, nesoi, of plastics, nursing nipples and
finger cots, curtains and drapes, incl. panels and valances,
napkins, table covers, mats, scarves, runners, doilies, and like
furnishings, picture frames, household articles and toilet
articles, doors, windows, and their frames and thresholds for
doors, of plastics, blinds, shutters, office or school supplies, of
plastics, gloves, handles and knobs for furniture, fittings for
furniture, buckets and pails, nursing products, handbags made of
beads, bugles and spangles, imitation gemstones, photo albums,
frames or mounts for photographic slides, clothespins, spring type,
of plastics, inflatable mattresses and waterbeds

Rubber: Strips for tires, medical gloves,
erasers, inflatable articles, household articles, handles and
knobs, caps, lids, seals, stoppers and other closures, toys for

Raw hides and leather: Skins from various
animals including sheep, buffalo, and cows; Heads, tails, paws and
other pieces or cuttings of raw furskin

Wood: Finished products made from wood, such as
doors, frames, tableware, blinds

Paper: Newspapers, books, maps, postcards,
calendars, pictures

Clothing: A wide array of consumer garments
including coats, suits, pants, shorts, overalls, dresses, skirts,
blouses, shirts, underwear, bathrobes, sweaters, and baby garments,
winter gear, accessories, sports gear, hair nets, safety headgear
and various types of footwear

Materials and textile products: Cotton, yarn,
woven fabrics, bed sheets, blankets, table cloths, curtains, bags,
backpacks, camping goods, drapes and furnishing materials

Miscellaneous accessories: Umbrellas and
umbrella parts, walking sticks, human hair wigs

Ceramic and glass products: Porcelain and
china, kitchen and household wares, drinking glasses, other
glassware, watch glasses, glass eyes

Stones and jewelry: Natural pears, diamonds,
rubies, sapphires, emeralds and other stones, gold and silver
jewelry parts, toy jewelry, imitation jewelry, rosaries, coins
other than gold

Iron and steel and products including rods, bars, wires,
tools, knives, and razor blades

Copper: Copper alloy for table, kitchen,
household articles and parts; pot scourers, scouring and polishing
pads, gloves

Aluminum: bars, rods, wires, tubes, pipes,
foil, kitchenware

Tools: Knives, razors, scissors, cutlery,
padlocks, keys

Vehicles and parts: Snowmobiles, golf carts,
motorcycles, parts for those vehicles and bicycles, baby

Ships, boats, and aircraft: Warships, balloons,
dirigibles and non-powered aircraft, gliders and hang gliders,
floating docks and structures

Optical products: Contact lenses, glasses
frames, lenses, sunglasses, binoculars, telescopes, cameras along
with assorted parts and accessories

Clocks and watches

Arms and ammunition: Military weapons,
shotguns, rifles and other firearms, bombs, grenades, torpedoes,
mines, missiles, swords

Furniture, bedding, mattresses: Aircraft seats,
sleeping bags, pillows, quilts

Miscellaneous manufactured items: Toys, games
and sports requisites, merry-go-rounds, boat-swings, shooting
galleries and other fairground amusements; traveling theaters;
brooms, brushes, paint, travel items, pens, pencils, ribbons,
cigarette lighters, smoking pipes, cigars, combs, hair accessories,
vacuum parts, feminine products, baby products including diapers,
paintings and antiques

just ramped up tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. Here
are all the products that will get hit.

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