Trump upped the ante on Friday, warning he was ready to slap tariffs on almost all Chinese imports to the United States, threatening duties on another $267 billion of goods on top of $200 billion in imports primed for levies in coming days. To a certain extent it's going to be up to China.
The tariffs would potentially hurt U.S. companies that import everything from handbags to bicycle tires.
Altogether, the USA tariffs could ultimately hit more than Dollars 500 billion in Chinese goods.
The administration will act on the $200 billion "very soon depending on what happens", Trump told reporters on Air Force One.
"We will evaluate the comments and we will make a decision", Kudlow said, suggesting it could be some time before the fresh import charges will be levied. The US imported $505 billion in goods from China previous year. For example, China said it will lift tax rebates for integrated circuits, and these have been hit by U.S. tariffs, but the item is not included in the above tally due to the differences between the Chinese and United States trade code lists.
But U.S. analysts cautioned it would be a mistake to assume Democratic Party gains in November's congressional elections would change Trump's calculus on China, given widespread business support for Trump's goals of protecting American intellectual property and shifting China's economy onto a more market-driven path. "The trade wars only serve as a catalyst for the turning of the cycle".
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The Trump administration has slapped tariffs on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods over the past few months, escalating a trade war between the two countries. The public consultations ended yesterday.
The label of a Washington D.C. sweatshirt bears a U.S. flag but says "Made in China" at a souvenir stand in Washington, U.S. January 14, 2011. Those talks will continue to go on.
Trump has repeatedly called for companies to move production to the United States, or to keep it there while pushing aggressive trade actions aimed at narrowing the USA trade deficit, which he equates with theft from Americans.
"Our concern with these tariffs is that the United States will be hardest hit, and that will result in lower USA growth and competitiveness and higher prices for U.S. consumers", Apple said in the letter.
Specifically, Kudlow said, the United States was seeking "zero tariffs, zero non-tariff barriers, zero subsidies, stop the IP theft, stop the technology transfer, allow Americans to own their own companies".