The administration of US President Joe Biden will soon decide whether to continue exempting from China tariffs some medical goods that are in demand during the pandemic, such as face masks. Photo: AFP The administration of US President Joe Biden will soon decide whether to continue exempting from China tariffs some medical goods that are in demand during the pandemic, such as face masks. Photo: AFP
The administration of US President Joe Biden will soon decide whether to continue exempting from China tariffs some medical goods that are in demand during the pandemic, such as face masks. Photo: AFP

US considers extending tariff relief for Chinese medical gear used to fight Covid-19

  • The tariff exemptions on the medical goods and personal protective equipment used to fight Covid-19 are set to expire on September 30
  • No broader decision has yet been made about other tariffs imposed during the Trump administration

Topic |   US-China trade war
The administration of US President Joe Biden will soon decide whether to continue exempting from China tariffs some medical goods that are in demand during the pandemic, such as face masks. Photo: AFP The administration of US President Joe Biden will soon decide whether to continue exempting from China tariffs some medical goods that are in demand during the pandemic, such as face masks. Photo: AFP
The administration of US President Joe Biden will soon decide whether to continue exempting from China tariffs some medical goods that are in demand during the pandemic, such as face masks. Photo: AFP
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