factbox: tariff wars - duties imposed by trump and u.s. trading partners
President Donald Trump said on Thursday that he will impose a 5% tariff on all goods imported from Mexico to the United States, raising the tariff every month until it reaches 25% unless the Mexican government takes action to stop illegal immigration.
Tariffs have opened up a new front in Trump\'s trade war. So far, the purpose of the trade war is to strive for better trade conditions for the United States, and crack down on what he called China\'s unfair EU and other countries.
Trump disrupted the world trade order through unilateral tariffs, most of which were aimed at China and have so far covered $250 billion worth of Chinese goods. U. S.
Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has launched a process of imposing tariffs on all the remaining goods imported from China, with an additional $300 billion worth of goods. -
Since June 10, 5% of all Mexican imports have been levied.
Increase by 5% per month until 25% per cent in October, unless the Mexican government takes action to the satisfaction of the United StatesS.
Demands to stop illegal immigrants from crossing the Mexican border into the United States. -
Mexico has yet to announce whether it will retaliate if Trump continues to impose tariffs.
Tariffs are usually equivalent.
The Mexican president, Andrew Manuel Lopez, has ordered his foreign minister to travel to the United States for talks. -
In July 6 and August, 25% tariffs were imposed on $50 billion worth of Chinese technology products, including machinery, semiconductors, automobiles, aircraft parts and intermediate electronic components.
23 as part of the \"Section 301\" investigation into China\'s intellectual property practices. -
Impose a 25% tariff on Chinese goods worth $200 billion including computer modems and routers, printed circuit boards, chemicals, building materials and furniture.
A 10% tariff is imposed on these goods.
2018 in response to retaliation against China.
Trump raised the tariff rate to 25% in May 10 after he accused China of violating previous commitments during the talks. -
Trump also instructed the US trade representative in May 10 to launch a public comment process on the 25% tariff on remaining Chinese imports.
The $300 billion will hit consumer goods, including mobile phones, computers, clothing, toys and other consumer goods. -
On May 13, China announced it would raise tariffs on a revised $5,140 list. S.
After Trump\'s latest move, about $60 billion worth of products.
Impose an additional 25% tariff on 2,493 products including liquefied natural gas, soybean oil, peanut oil, petrochemical products, frozen minerals and cosmetics.
Tariffs on other products are 5%20% -
Impose a 25% tariff on US goods worth $50 billionS.
Tariffs on commodities such as soybeans, beef, pork, seafood, vegetables, whisky, ethanol were imposed in July 6 and August.
23 in retaliation for the first few rounds of the United StatesS. tariffs.
China has suspended 25% tariffs on the United States. S.
Import cars in trade negotiations.
Beijing has resumed some purchases of the United States. S.
But the tariffs have not been formally lifted. -
Based on 2018S.
According to trade data from the U. S. Census Bureau, China\'s investment in the United States is only $10 billion. S.
In retaliation for any future import of the United States, imports remain to be collected. S. tariffs.
Retaliation may take other forms, such as an increase in US regulatory barriers. S.
A company that does business in China. -
On March 23, 2018, on the grounds of national security, a 25% tariff was imposed on imported steel and a 10% tariff on imported aluminum.
Argentina, Australia, Brazil and South Korea received quota exemptions.
Canada and Mexico were exempt from tariffs earlier this month.
In response, both countries have canceled retaliatory tariffs on the United States. -
Tariffs of 20% to 50% were imposed on imported washing machines in January.
2018 as a global security action to protect the United StatesS.
Whirlpool, a manufacturer of China\'s Haier Electronics Group Co. , Ltd. , and General Electric. -
In January, 30% tariff was imposed on imported solar panels.
2018 as a global security action to protect the United StatesS.
German-based Solar World producer and Suniva producer owned by China SF International Clean Energy Co. , Ltd. -
Trump is considering tariffs of about 25% on imported cars and auto partsS.
S. Department of Commerce studies whether such imports pose a threat to the United States. S.
He faces a deadline of May 18 for action on business proposals. -The new U. S. -Mexico-
Canada agreed to protect Canadian and Mexican production in the event of such tariffs through a quota system.
Trump has promised not to impose auto tariffs on Japan and the European Union as trade talks are underway. -
In June 22, the European Union imposed a 25% import tax on $2.
The 8 billion varieties imported from the United States are in retaliation for the United States. S.
Tariffs on steel and aluminum in Europe. Targeted U. S.
Products include Harley
Davidson motorcycle, bourbon, peanuts, jeans, steel, aluminum. -
India is the largest American buyer in the world. S.
Almonds have threatened to raise the import tax on nuts by 20%, as well as tariffs on a range of other agricultural products and American food. S.
In retaliation for America\'s reliance on steelS.
Tariffs on Indian steel.
These tariffs have been delayed several times and are currently scheduled to take effect on June 16. -
Trump said he intends to end preferential trade treatment for India, which will lead to US sanctions against India. S.
Tariffs of up to $5.
6 billion of imports from India.
This hasn\'t happened yet, but if it does, India is expected to retaliate against US tariffsS. goods. -
The United States halved Turkey\'s steel import tariffs to 25% and aluminum imports to 10%.
It doubled the U. S. economy. S.
In August 2018, Turkey\'s steel and aluminum tax rates were 50% and 20%, respectively, as escalating trade disputes between NATO allies caused national security and currency issues. -
Turkey says it will cut tariffs on parts of the United States. S.
Goods for the United StatesS. reduction.
Its tariff is $1.
Worth $8 billion. S.
Goods including cars, alcoholic beverages, rice, steel and beauty products. -
Trump ended preferential trade treatment for Turkey from May 17, a move that imposed tariffs on about $1.
Turkey imports 66 billion.