The US government has published a list of 5,745 Chinese items that will be subject to new tariffs starting on Monday.
These upcoming tariffs, combined with the existing 25% tariffs on $50bn in Chinese goods, will cover nearly half of all imports that the US receives from China each year.
The United States imports more goods from China than any other nation in the world.
Here is a list of some items that will be affected:
Fish and seafood: Trout, salmon, halibut, yellowfin tuna, shark fins and squid
Fruit, vegetables and nuts: Carrots, cauliflower, beets, celery, peas, tomatoes, cashews, pistachios and pecans
Tobacco: Different types of tobacco, cigars and cigarettes
Chemicals: Including herbicides and insecticides
Cosmetics and personal care: Lipstick, eye make-up, sunscreen, shampoo, deodorants and antiperspirants
Photography: Photographic paper and film, along with the equipment used to develop photos
Home improvement: Types of vinyl flooring, carpets, fabrics, chandeliers and lights
Wood and paper: Paper products, toilet paper, envelopes and bamboo products
Commodities: Different gold, silver, platinum and palladium products, including gold leaf and silver powder
Machinery: Sewing machines, drilling machines, welding machines and vending machines
Miscellaneous: Soy sauce, types of handbags, parking meters, CD and DVD cases
You can view the full list of items from the US Trade Representative here. (The document is 194 pages long.)