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The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) issued a statement announcing the re-exemption of tariffs on 352 items imported from China, which will apply to goods imported from China between October 12, 2021 and December 31, 2022.
In October last year, the USTR announced that it planned to re-exempt tariffs on 549 Chinese imports and was seeking public comment.
After nearly half a year, the Office of the US Trade Representative issued a statement on the 23rd, confirming the confirmation of 352 of the 549 items of Chinese imports previously planned to be exempted from tariffs. The office said that the U.S. decision that day was the result of a comprehensive public consultation and consultation with relevant U.S. agencies.
The list of goods released by the USTR includes industrial components such as pumps and electric motors, certain auto parts and chemicals, backpacks, bicycles, vacuum cleaners and other consumer products.