Trump has changed again and will impose a 25% tax on China

According to Global Network report, the White House official website issued a statement on the 29th that the United States will strengthen the implementation of export control to relevant Chinese and entities that acquire major technology in the US industry and adopt specific investment restrictions. It is planned to officially announce relevant measures by June 30, 2018. Shortly afterwards will be formally implemented

The statement also stated that according to Article 301 of the “Trade Law of 1974,” the United States will impose a 25% tariff on goods imported from China worth 50 billion U.S. dollars, including those related to the “Made in China 2025” plan. The final list of imported goods will be announced on June 15, 2018, and tariffs will be imposed on these imported products later.

For Trump’s revolt, the Ministry of Commerce responded

The Ministry of Commerce spokesperson said: “We are both surprised by the strategic statement issued by the White House, but we are also expecting it. This is obviously contrary to the consensus reached between the two sides in Washington not long ago. Whatever the U.S. China has confidence, ability and experience to safeguard the interests of the Chinese people and the country’s core interests. China urges the United States to act in accordance with the spirit of the joint statement.”

China is clearly prepared for this set of Trump. The statement made by the Ministry of Commerce of China:

First, first of all, it showed that AIA was horrified: “It was unexpected but it was also expected.” It means that the United States has put pressure on the limit and we have seen it early.

2. “This is obviously contrary to the consensus reached between the two sides in Washington not long ago.” Since both parties have reached a consensus, they must abide by it. Non-believers and non-gentlemen.

3. “Regardless of the measures introduced by the US, China has confidence, ability, and experience to safeguard the interests of the Chinese people and the country’s core interests.” The statement made a point but said nothing about the death. It not only showed its attitude, but also did not put the door to negotiation. close.

U.S. policy once it is implemented and the cross-border e-commerce sellers

Just in the morning, the Ministry of Commerce issued an announcement saying that US companies filed a 337 investigation application for earphones and their components, and many Chinese companies were listed as defendants.

On the 24th, U.S. Bose Corporation filed an application with the U.S. International Trade Commission pursuant to Section 337 of the U.S. Customs Act of 1930 to charge earphones and components that were exported to the United States, imported in the United States, or sold in the United States. Components Thereof) violated its patent rights and requested the US International Trade Commission to issue general exclusion orders and injunction orders. China’s Shenzhen Misodiko, Phonete and TomRich are listed as defendants.

Once the Sino-U.S. trade war begins, it may affect some categories of cross-border e-commerce, not only affecting IT and 3C products, but also affecting some raw material suppliers.

Although the trade war is generally limited to the cross-border e-commerce small and medium-sized sellers, it does not rule out the upgraded trade war “snapping up to fish”. After all, a policy down, some categories of tax revenue, then for the platform and the seller can only be dumb to eat Huanglian can not say anything.

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