Trump Issues Tariffs to Remaining $300 Billion of Chinese Goods
The new tariffs will come into effect on the September 1, Trump confirmed in a tweet
The president referred to the tariffs as "small" and insisted the talks would continue.
The new tariffs will come into effect on the September 1, Trump confirmed in a tweet.
Trump accused China of repeated reneging or failing to live up to past agreements.
But according to a report from the Washington Examiner, Trump escalating in the trade fight is showing Beijing that he will risk his own electoral position to win.
But regardless, China still poses a significant threat to the U.S. global order and must be defeated.
U.S. intellectual property must not be sacrificed under any new trade deal.
Last month, Trump said he would not grant Apple waivers on tariffs for 'China-made' Mac Pro parts, according to reports.
...buy agricultural product from the U.S. in large quantities, but did not do so. Additionally, my friend President Xi said that he would stop the sale of Fentanyl to the United States – this never happened, and many Americans continue to die! Trade talks are continuing, and...— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 1, 2019
...We look forward to continuing our positive dialogue with China on a comprehensive Trade Deal, and feel that the future between our two countries will be a very bright one!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 1, 2019
Trump wrote that Apple would not face tariffs if it made its parts in the US.
“Apple will not be given Tariff waiver, or relief, for Mac Pro parts that are made in China. Make them in the USA, no Tariffs!“ the president tweeted.
Apple made several requests to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to make certain Mac Pro parts exempt from the proposed 25% tariff from China.
Neon Nettle reported in June Alphabet Inc.’s Google is moving some of its server hardware and Nest thermostats production out of China to avoid Donald Trump's looming tariffs.
Google already dodged a 25% tariff when it recently shifted ts production of U.S.-bound motherboards to Taiwan.U.S. officials have already warned that Chinese-made motherboards are a security risk.