U.S. lawmakers call for more tariff exclusions on Chinese goods

More than 140 U.S. lawmakers are calling on Trade Representative Katherine Tai to immediately revive and expand a tariff exclusion process on Chinese goods. 

In a bipartisan letter to Tai, they said her proposal to relaunch exclusions for a limited number of Chinese imports is too narrow. The House of Representatives members said their move is aimed at helping U.S. manufacturers whose interests have been hurt since a broader exclusion program lapsed a year ago.

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