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The Mexican government announced last month that it will raise tariff rates for a number of products. This tariff increase is applicable to all nations that do not have a trade agreement with Mexico, and China falls into this category. As a result, this move will have an impact on
China's Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council announced last week that it will again extend tariff exclusions on some U.S. goods that were subject to retaliatory tariffs as a response to U.S. Section 301 tariffs.
China's tariff commission announced today that starting on May 1, 60 types of goods from Nicaragua will be tariff free. This is part of an early agreement reached between the two governments, as a precursor of a more comprehensive trade agreement for which the negotiations are ongoing.
The Chinese government announced that three more African least developed countries (LDCs), Burundi, Ethiopia, and Niger, will benefit from zero tariffs for 98% of tariff lines when exporting to China, starting in March.
China's Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council announced this week that it will again extend tariff exclusions on some U.S. goods that were subject to retaliatory tariffs as a response to U.S. Section 301 tariffs.
Starting on January 1, the Chinese government unilaterally lowered tariffs for some imports, mainly consumer goods, medical products, and industrial materials. In addition, lower tariffs will apply to some goods as a result of international agreements that China committed to previously. Finally, the government also adjusted some export taxes.