You do not have to pay much for some high tech equipment.
According to Bloomberg, the categories of technical products including Apple and AirPods are exempted from the management tariff of playing cards for Chinese products in the next round.
The government is planning to announce a list of Chinese products subject to 10% tariffs next Monday, Bloomberg officials are familiar with this matter. These products are worth up to $ 200 billion. However, product codes covering wireless devices, including gadgets such as smart and fitness trackers and companies' products such as Fitbit, are not listed on this list.
Apple and Fitbit did not immediately react to the request for comment.
According to Bloomberg, other products of the excluded product code are Apple HomePod Speakers, BeatsWL Headphones, AirPort, Time Capsule Internet Routers. These imports amounted to about 12 billion dollars, and those familiar with the magazine told this publication.
Earlier this month,In the office of a distributor in the United States, the price says to make his products like AirPods and HomePod more expensive. We also claimed that tariffs are lower than in the United States than in China.
The White House and the US Trade Delegation Department (USTR) did not immediately respond to comment requests.
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