China’s Tariff Commission of State Council (TCSC) on Wednesday night announced that China will reduce tariffs on a variety of U.S. products, including U.S. chicken imports.

Tariffs on all U.S. chicken imports, including chicken paws, will be reduced to 30 percent from 35 percent. An additional tariff is levied on specific U.S. chicken products, ranging from 1.3 RMB/kg for whole birds to 1 RMB/kg on chicken paws to .5 RMB/kg on frozen offal.

Additional Chinese duties on American goods adopted on September 1, 2019 will be lowered, with rates on some products dropping to 5 percent from 10 percent and others dropping to 2.5 percent from 5 percent.

The cuts will be effective beginning at 1:01 p.m. Beijing time on February 14, which is 12:01 a.m. East Coast Time in the U.S. This is the same time the U.S. will implement tariff reductions on Chinese products as agreed to in the Phase One trade deal.