Trump reportedly planning tariffs on remaining China imports, including Apple products

The Trump administration is reportedly readying a new round of China tariffs — all remaining goods not already on the import list — if an upcoming meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping meeting fails to ease trade tensions.

Presidents Donald Trump and Jinping are coming together for a sit down next month during a Group of 20 summit set in Buenos Aires to talk over a myriad of topics. If those talks don’t go in a positive direction, it could see the U.S. imposing tariffs on the remaining goods imported from China that have so far escaped taxation, reports Bloomberg. That includes Apple products which have largely gone unaffected in the first rounds of levies.

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