The Chinese products hit by US tariffs since the beginning of the trade war have been wide-ranging, from machinery to motorcycles.
In the latest round, the US imposed 10% duties on $200bn worth of Chinese products including fish, handbags, clothing and footwear.
Those products will be the ones targeted with a tariff hike from 10% to 25%, if it goes ahead this week.
China accuses the US of starting the biggest trade war in economic history. It has targeted US goods ranging from chemicals, to vegetables and whiskey.
It has also strategically targeted products made in Republican districts, and goods that can be purchased elsewhere, like soybeans.
4) Has the trade war hit the markets?
The US-China trade war has been a great source of uncertainty for financial markets over the past year. That uncertainty has weighed on investor confidence around the world, and has contributed to losses.
In 2018, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index fell more than 13% and the Shanghai Composite slumped nearly 25%.
Both indices have recovered some ground this year and are up 12% and 16% respectively so far in 2019.
By comparison, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell nearly 6% in 2018 and is already up some 11% this year.
The yuan fell over 5% against the US dollar last year, before broadly stabilising in 2019, according to Reuters.
5) What other trade battles are going on?
The US-China trade war has had a knock-on effect on other countries, and the global economy.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said the escalation of US-China trade tension was one factor to have contributed to a “significantly weakened global expansion” late last year as it cut its 2019 global growth forecast.
Some countries may also be indirectly impacted – especially those that are important trading partners for the US or China – or play key roles in their supply chains.
The battle with China is one of a series of trade fights the US has waged with other countries over the past year.
Mr Trump has imposed taxes on imports from Mexico, Canada and the European Union, to encourage consumers to buy American products. All of these countries retaliated with tariffs on US goods.