China plans to halve tariffs on 1,717 goods it imports from the US as the country faces the fresh challenge of the coronavirus.
The two countries have been stuck in a long-running trade war with both imposing tariffs on imported products.
A partial resolution was agreed last month with China promising to boost imported US goods by $200bn.
Chinese officials said tariffs on some goods will be cut from to 5% from 10%, and from 5% to 2.5% on 14 February.
This latest announcement to reduce tariffs is China's first response to the "phase one" agreement.