US President Donald Trump (seen on November 20) has said he is likely to go through with his threatened increase in tariffs on Chinese goods, and may also add further taxes to the currently untaxed products. Photo: Abaca Press via TNS

Donald Trump sets sights on increased China tariffs and may tax more than US$500 billion in Chinese goods as trade war rages on

  • If a trade deal with China cannot be reached, US president says he will impose tariffs on an additional US$267 billion in Chinese goods
  • Trump is also considering placing tariffs on goods such as iPhones, which had been avoided previously to spare US customers
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US President Donald Trump (seen on November 20) has said he is likely to go through with his threatened increase in tariffs on Chinese goods, and may also add further taxes to the currently untaxed products. Photo: Abaca Press via TNS
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