Donald Trump’s latest round of import restrictions affect a wide range of items including human hair and lithographs
The latest round of US tariffs imposed on $200bn (£151bn) of Chinese imports by Donald Trump will affect 6,000 more products, including everyday consumer goods such as deodorants, shampoo and food.
The first wave of US tariffs on $34bn of Chinese goods, imposed last Friday, mainly affected aerospace, IT, and medical equipment. The second tranche is much broader, including metals and other commodities but also some unusual items, including conveyor belts and portable forges.
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