The trade war is heating up. 

In retaliation for the Trump administration’s $200 billion in tariffs, China will start enforcing supplemental tariffs on $60 billion in US imports.

The new tariffs ranging from 5-10% are in addition to existing tariff categories of 5-25% for nearly 5,000 types of products, including agricultural and food goods such as beef, mutton, raw hides, various fats and oils, edible offal, processed milk products, crude soybean oil, rough softwood and hardwood lumber, and processed grains such as flour and barley malt.

For the complete list of supplemental tariffs implemented by China on Sept 24, please see the announcement here: