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U.S. Targets Remaining $300 Billion in Chinese Imports with Proposed 25% Tariff

May 14, 2019, Covington Alert

On May 13, days after increasing tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports, the U.S. Administration proposed imposing an additional 25 percent tariff on a new list of $300 billion in Chinese imports. The Administration cited China’s “failure to meaningfully address” problematic intellectual property (IP) practices and its retaliatory responses to U.S. tariffs as a basis for this proposed action.

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