(CNN) The Trump administration plans to raise pending tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods to 25% from 10%, a source familiar with discussions confirmed to CNN.
The move, which is not finalized and could change, according to the source, comes as the United States and China remain locked in a trade war. Talks between US and Chinese officials have done little to ease tensions.
A second round of tariffs on products worth $16 billion could take effect as soon as this week.
Those tariffs, which might now be steeper, could go into effect as soon as September.