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
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 announces new raft of US imports eligible for trade war tariff 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

Topic |   US-China trade war
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
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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