China has released a list of 16 US imports that will be exempted from tariffs in the ongoing trade war between the world's two largest economies.
They include anti-cancer drugs and animal feed.
But with more than 5,000 products on it, the list of goods that are still subject to extra taxes is much longer.
Nevertheless, some analysts view the move as a friendly gesture by China ahead of talks with the US.
Significant US exports to China, like pork, soybeans and American-made cars, are among the goods that will still be hit by the hefty taxes.