Importers in China must apply to the General Administration of Customs within six months of the announcement to be considered for waivers. Photo: AP
Importers in China must apply to the General Administration of Customs within six months of the announcement to be considered for waivers. Photo: AP

China tariffs: Beijing announces new raft of US imports eligible for waivers amid rising superpower tensions

  • Second batch of trade war tariff exemptions covers 79 products, including ores, chemicals and certain medical products
  • Importers must apply for waivers within six months of the announcement, with the exclusion process active for one year from May 19

Importers in China must apply to the General Administration of Customs within six months of the announcement to be considered for waivers. Photo: AP
Importers in China must apply to the General Administration of Customs within six months of the announcement to be considered for waivers. Photo: AP
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