Unbelievably Long List of CNY Items That Will Cost More Over China Tariffs is Shocking
See how the trade war with China will impact CNY with significant price hikes on thousands of items.
With increased tariffs placed on more than $200 billion in goods from China, China is striking back by placing tariffs on over $60 billion of American items. America and China are both compiling lists of more products for additional taxes that went from 10% to 25% on Friday (5/10/19). This trade war will effect CNY, and it's farmers.
We've included the massive lists for a closer look, but these are some of the items that will affect you.
Beer, wine, fruit juices, mineral water, wheat; oats, barley, rice, corn, tuna, frozen fish, shellfish, Televisions, DVRs, cameras, cell phones, cars, almonds, cashews, clementines, coconuts, apples, pineapples, berries, raisins, oranges, pecans, macadamia nuts, beans, beets, brussels sprouts, celery, cucumbers, garlic, onions, peas, peppers, mushrooms, potatoes, radishes, spinach, sweet potatoes, shampoo, shaving cream, tanning oil, vinegar, olives, dog food, cat food, tobacco, salt, gravel, crushed stones, shingles, coal, motor oil, kerosene, chlorine, oxygen, nitrogen, hydraulic acid and much much more.
The first list of items with tariffs is 194 pages, the recently added second list contains 142 pages and contains products like children's safety seats, children's walkers, playpens, baby gates, high chairs, diapers, pads, tampons, hair accessories, pens, brooms, paint brushes, fishing poles, fishing hooks, fishing rods, all types of sporting equipment and accessories, musical instruments, alarm clocks and so much more.
The items we've listed are just the tip of the iceberg. Follow the links and take a look. We think you'll be as surprised as we are.
AJC reports that President Trump has promised a $15 billion relief package that would shield American farmers from the effects of an escalating trade war after China announced it would impose retaliatory tariffs against U.S. goods and services, mainly targeting agriculture products.
[information from AJC]