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India's retaliatory tariffs to adversely impact US exports worth $900 mn
Jan 03, 2019

India's proposed retaliatory tariffs against US agricultural products including apples, almonds and lentils will have an adverse impact on American exports worth nearly USD 900 million, according to the latest Congressional report.
 
India last year announced higher import duties on many US products like apples, almonds, walnuts, chickpeas and lentils in retaliation to President Donald Trump's decision to impose heavy tariffs on imported steel and aluminium items, a move that sparked fears of a global trade war.
 
However, India is the only major country which has been continuously postponing the implementation of the retaliatory tariffs despite announcing it more than six months ago.
 
In October last year, Trump described India as a tariff king as he reiterated his allegations that New Delhi has a high tariff rate on various American products.
    

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