Trump‘s Tariffs: Where They Fall, What Was Spared and What‘s Next

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday set tariffs on $34 billion of Chinese imports, effective in July, and targeted another $16 billion in goods for future tariffs.

The do not include hundreds of goods that the Trump administration said in April it might target, and were spared from new levies after a government review.

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CHINESE IMPORTS SUBJECT TO TARIFFS STARTING IN JULY:

* Passenger cars with motors between 1.5 and 3 cubic liters

* Magnetic disc drive storage units

* Parts for pumps, including fuel pumps for cars

* Valve parts

CHINESE IMPORTS SIGNALLED FOR POSSIBLE FUTURE TARIFFS:

* Electronic vaporizing devices with nicotine

* Computer processors known as CPU chips

* Computer memory chips

* Sheet-metal roofing, siding and flooring

CHINESE IMPORTS SIGNALLED IN APRIL FOR TARIFFS BUT SPARED ON FRIDAY:

* Color flat-screen televisions with displays larger than 13.5 inches (34.29 cm)

* Aluminum alloy

* Air conditioning parts, including for cars

* Medical devices for artificial breathing