Section 301 Tariffs
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Over the weekend, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai held a press briefing to discuss U.S.-ASEAN issues, and addressed the nature of the Section 301 tariffs on China as part of this, calling them "rebalancing" tariffs rather than "sanction-related" tariffs.
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai discussed trade policy on a podcast yesterday, touching on various China trade issues such as the Section 301 tariffs and overall bilateral trade relations.
Based on requests from domestic entities to continue the Section 301 tariffs currently in effect on Chinese goods, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced last week that it will not terminate the tariffs at the moment, and will conduct a review of those tariffs that will
China's tariff agency recently extended its tariff exclusions on certain U.S. goods, as the term of the exclusions had been set to expire on June 30.
At a budget hearing before a Subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee today, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai was asked questions on a number of trade policy issues, many of which focused on China.
Bipartisan Group of Senators Urges President Biden to Keep Section 301 Tariffs in Place, Enforce Phase One Deal
As a review of the U.S. Section 301 tariffs on China looms, and the Biden administration faces a difficult decision as to what to do with those tariffs, a bipartisan group of Senators is putting pressure on the administration not to remove the tariffs.
At a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing today, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo responded to a number of questions related to China trade issues, including the Section 301 tariff review and an anti-circumvention inquiry related to Chinese solar panels.