The country's Ministry of Finance said Friday that it would waive the taxes collected on some imports once the companies had requested exemptions.
The announcement did not trigger new US soy purchases on Friday, three USA soybean exporters said, although soybean and hog futures firmed on the news.
China had enforced the levies in reaction to tariffs established by Washington over allegations that China steals and causes the switch of American psychological residential property to Chinese language organizations, generally known as Part 301.
China in July imposed a retaliatory 25-percent import duty on US soybeans as part of the tit-for-tat trade dispute between the world's top two economies, conflict that gathered steam this week with the introduction of fresh tariffs on other products.
He added, however, that "if the two sides are to reach a phase one deal, tariffs should be reduced accordingly".
China's imports of USA farm goods fell in 2017 to $19.5 billion, before dropping sharply past year to just over $9 billion after Beijing imposed burdensome taxes on United States imports in retaliation for similar measures by Washington.
Senior members of both Congress and the Trump administration have sounded the alarm on China's detention of at least a million Uighur Muslims, by United Nations estimates, in the northwestern region of Xinjiang as a grave abuse of human rights and religious freedom.
Trump's very public stance comes amid negotiations between Washington and Beijing seeking to end the United States president's 18-month-long trade war, which is aimed at forcing China to make concessions on protecting American businesses and reducing its trade surplus.
Previous to this, 14 batches of exclusions for Chinese language product have been provided between December 2018 and mid-October this 12 months.
Beijing's levies on U.S. soybeans initially introduced its purchases of the US' most useful farm export to a digital halt, though it has provided waivers to patrons in latest months.
These waivers are mentioned to have expired, though new exemptions could come too late, mentioned an analyst.
"I have to make the right deal", he said.
"We might as well buy soybeans from the U.S. rather than from Brazil". "Right now, we are moving, we are not discussing that", he said.