"The tweet from the founder of the world’s largest hedge fund, which manages some $160 billion, comes after the U.S. slapped levies on $34 billion of 25% on China’s exports at midnight, and President Donald Trump threatened further action.
In response, Beijing issued in-kind tariffs on 545 items, including cash crops and cars, intensifying a long-simmering dispute between the world’s largest economic superpowers, which threatens to roil global economies."'
|Imposer||Target||Subject||Rate||Imposed or threatened|
|U.S.||China, South Korea and Mexico||Washing machines||20%-50%||Imposed|
|U.S.||Most countries, notably China||Solar panels||30%||Imposed|
|U.S.||European Union, Canada, Mexico and most other countries||Steel||25%||Imposed|
|U.S.||European Union, Canada, Mexico and most other countries||Aluminum||10%||Imposed|
|European Union||U.S.||Bourbon, orange juice, jeans and other products||25%||Imposed|
|Mexico||U.S.||$3 billion of U.S. goods including steel and pork||20%-25%||Imposed|
|Canada||U.S.||$12.8 billion of U.S. goods including maple syrup and whiskey||10-25%||Imposed|
|India||U.S.||$241 million of apples, stainless steel and other products.||7.5%-60%||To take effect Aug. 4|
|U.S.||China||$50 billion of goods||25%||Imposed on $34 billion worth. Second set of $16 billion pending further review.|
|China||U.S.||$34 billion of U.S. goods||25%||Imposed|
|U.S.||China||Additional $200 billion of goods||10%||Threatened|