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GPU Prices Won’t Increase From Tariffs – at Least Not for Another Nine Months

The United States Trade Representative (USTR) has extended the “Section 301” tariff exemption for imports from China for nine months. The exemptions include 352 Chinese import categories, including printed circuit boards (PCBs) used to manufacture top-end graphics cards and other computer hardware.

In the early stages of the 2018 US-China trade war, President Trump imposed tariffs on many imported Chinese goods. In his March of this year, the USTR temporarily lifted Trump-era tariffs. However, his tariff exemption expires on December 31st, which could affect graphics card prices in 2023. Fortunately, the USTR has decided to extend the tariff exemption for another 9 months.

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