In the latest salvo, the Chinese Commerce Ministry on Wednesday said that nation is protecting its "legitimate rights and interests" by imposing a 25 percent at a yet to be determined date on such items as soybeans and produce.
President Donald Trump announced in March that the U.S. will impose tariffs on roughly $50 billion worth of Chinese imports. The U.S. Trade Representative's office says roughly 1,300 items potentially facing tariff hikes will undergo further review in a public notice, hearing, and comment process. The agency will then issue a final determination on the products subject to the additional tariffs.
Here are some of the products that could be impacted: