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Thousands of Chinese imports will face an additional 10% tariff starting Sept. 1, even after President Donald Trump delayed a substantial number of them until Dec. 15.

The United States Trade Representative (USTR) published the list last week of the specific products that will be affected. In all, approximately $300 billion of Chinese imports will get the additional tariffs either next month or in December.

Here are links to the lists:

List 4A (Effective Sept. 1)

List 4B (Effective Dec. 15)

The lists are updated versions of the one published May 17. The USTR said certain products are being removed from the tariff list based on health, safety, national security and other factors. The agency also will consider excluding additional products.