US President Donald Trump announced 25 percent tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports on Friday, in a move that looks set to ignite a trade war between the world's two largest economies.
The State Council is China's cabinet, or government.
Trump said in a statement that the United States would pursue additional tariffs if China retaliates.
Beijing's tariffs on United States goods will start on July 6 - the same day as Trump's announced restrictions - and will apply to agricultural products as well as cars.
A statement from the Chinese Ministry of Commerce said that the country would implement tariffs on a similar scale on U.S. goods. "However, confronted by such short-sighted act that hurts both the USA itself and others", he said.
The release of goods lists also comes after jockeying by American companies dependent on certain imports who sought exemptions for certain goods - a process that is due to continue with the second, $16 billion tranche of Chinese imports.
The tariffs will also be applied to autos and aquatic products, the ministry said.
China's Commerce Ministry said on Friday that it would "immediately introduce taxation measures of the same scale and the same strength" after the United States revised its initial list of tariffs on Chinese imports, adding several technology products.
The American Apparel & Footwear Association - while praising the Trump administration for dropping an earlier plan to place levies on key equipment and machinery used by the industry - said that China's retaliatory measures could harm American farmers and textile manufacturers and add costs to the industry's supply chain.
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The outbreak of a global trade war has been the most frequently cited "biggest tail risk" by investors this year in Bank of America Merrill Lynch's monthly survey of global fund managers, on the back of ramped up protectionist rhetoric and measures by the US administration. For now, weeks of shuttle diplomacy between Washington and Beijing, in an effort to reduce China's massive goods trade surplus with the USA, have produced nothing - and the very products that China had pledged to buy more of will now be slapped with higher import duties instead.
Trump's decision to impose fresh tariffs on China follows his recent imposition of steep tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada, Mexico and the European Union on national security grounds.
The Global Times, a tabloid run by the People's Daily, called the US move "an irresponsible act on behalf of the White House to disrupt worldwide trade just to appeal to American voters who are convinced their president is fighting for them".
State-controlled media made a concerted attack on the new USA measures. "Thus, the growth and inflation impact on the USA economy will depend in large part on China's response, as well as the impact trade tensions have on global growth".
Trump has blamed the trade imbalance between the two countries for the loss of American jobs.
The reaction to the USA tariffs was muted on Chinese social media, failing to break into the top 100 trending topics on the country's Twitter-like Weibo.
Those restrictions are aimed at stopping China from developing its own hi-tech industry with technologies acquired from the U.S. - one of Washington's long-standing complaints.
"In today's era, launching a trade war is not in the global interest", China's Commerce Ministry said.
He said: "China is our real trade enemy, and their theft of intellectual property and their refusal to let our companies compete fairly threatens millions of future American jobs".
Businesspeople and economists say Chinese leaders are less likely to compromise on technology. In March, while signing an order calling for tariffs on China's imports, the president said "It is the largest deficit of any country in the history of our world".