Tuesday's announcement disclosed new details of the increase Beijing agreed to as part of a compromise approved last month by the Universal Postal Union.
The Trump administration complained the U.S. Post Office was subsidizing Chinese exporters. It said they said paid too little to deliver the vast volume of packages generated by online commerce.
Washington threatened to leave the union, which members said would disrupt global postal operations.
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