The Trump administration has delayed the effective date of tariffs on about $156 billion in Chinese products in response to concerns they could hurt US consumers and businesses during the holiday shopping season. Tariffs on laptops, video games, smartphones, toys and other consumer products will take effect Dec. 15, instead of Sept. 1.
US postpones tariffs on $156B in Chinese goods
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