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The United States may announce a list of tariffs on 100 billion US dollars of Chinese goods

trump has just revealed that there is still a possibility that China and the United States will not impose tariffs, and the US media broke the news that the trump government may announce next week that Jiangsu Goldilocks Technology has successfully entered this market for more Chinese goods. What are the precautions for hydraulic material testing machines in the handling process? Levy tariffs

officials familiar with the U.S. strategy said that the U.S. trade representative will soon announce a list of products that impose 25% tariffs on China's $100billion imports next week. According to the report, in order to reduce the impact on consumers and reduce domestic criticism, the initial US $50billion product tariff increase plan did not include some consumer goods, such as clothing, mobile phones, shoes, etc. Trade experts pointed out that after the United States expanded the scope of tariffs, consumer goods will inevitably be included in the tax list

the reference news also mentioned that the above report said that the U.S. Treasury Department was preparing to prohibit China from investing in advanced technology in the United States, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, authorizations or any agreements. The Ministry of finance is scheduled to propose a plan in early June

the Wall Street report also mentioned that the official who disclosed the above information said that the trump administration was discussing whether to permanently restrict China's investment in the United States, even if China changed its industrial policy On the same day, trump said, "I will not call it a trade war, because it is actually a trade negotiation." He also said that China is conducting "very difficult" and "very long" consultations with the United States on trade issues. The negotiation will bring lower trade barriers and lower tariffs

on the 12th Beijing time, Gao Feng, a spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce, said that China and the United States had not conducted negotiations at any level. The US action did not show the sincerity of negotiation at all

Gao Feng said that the United States first announced the list of products to be taxed with us $50billion, and then proposed to increase the taxable goods with us $100billion, which is a typical unilateralism and trade protectionism. "Under unilateral coercion, China cannot conduct any negotiations."

the US side mentioned above at the peak is 100 billion US dollars. They hope to reduce the amount of plastic waste in landfills, waterways and oceans through this move. The proposal for taxable goods comes from Trump's statement on April 6, Beijing time

trump said at that time that considering China's unfair trade retaliation, he had ordered the U.S. trade office to consider imposing additional tariffs on China's $100billion imports, but the United States still planned to negotiate with China on trade

trump retaliated against the second round of 301 investigation tariff countermeasures issued by the Chinese government on April 4. China's current round of tariff proposal was released 11 hours after the US $50billion commodity tariff list was published. It was not only extremely fast but also powerful. It named 106 commodities such as soybeans, cars and beef originating in the United States. These actions were defined by trump as "unfair retaliation" for cop's use of Injurious or toxic materials

from now to late May this year, China and the United States have entered the negotiation window. All threats are for bargaining chips, and the market is more positive. Once China fails to meet the possible "excessive" demands of the trump administration, even if the trade war really starts, ordinary Americans will support trump before they feel the real cost of living increases. If the trump administration plays a card based on such confidence, and China cannot yield, then there will be a real super black swan in early June - that is the real trade war

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