China has revealed its hand in the ongoing trade war between the U.S.
The country has released a list of 16 U.S. imports that will be exempted from tariffs.
The list includes anti-cancer drugs and animal feed.
More than 5,000 products are reportedly on a long list that could also be in line for extra taxes.
Nevertheless, some analysts view the move as a friendly gesture by China ahead of talks with the U.S.
Significant U.S. exports to China, like pork, soybeans and American-made cars, are among the goods that will still be hit by the hefty taxes.
Nigel Bell, Readers Bureau, Fellow
Edited by Jesus Chan
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