IOWA -- The U.S. Trade Representative office boosted Chinese tariffs on another $300 billion over the weekend.
On Friday, it submitted to the federal register a notice of modification of action, boosting tariffs President Trump had announced in early August. From 10% to 15% on the rest of Chinese products that did not already have tariffs.
Those new tariffs took effect on September 1st.
A 25% tariff is still in place on $250 billion worth of goods.