The Trump administration on Tuesday released a list of 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods, making good on the president’s recent threats to escalate a broadening trade war with Beijing.

“The $200 billion figure we’re looking at is roughly equal to their exports to us,” a senior administration official said.

The tariffs will not go into effect immediately but will undergo a two-month review process, with hearings Aug. 20-23.

Some of the products on the list facing tariffs are from Made in China 2025 sectors, the official said.