China tariffs pushed back for some goods

Sellers of select Chinese made products are getting a “holiday season reprieve” after Donald Trump announced an extra 10% tariff on U.S. imports from the country.

The items in these categories are still scheduled to face increased tariffs, but they won’t take affect until Dec. 15, 2019 rather than the original Sept. 1 date.

A large list, labeled List 4A, includes 122 pages of items, including jewelry, that will be subject to the higher tariffs starting Sept. 1.

There’s 18 pages of product categories that are exempt from the additional burden until Dec. 15.

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