(June 6): President Trump’s abrupt decisions to impose tariffs on goods from Mexico (initially set at 5% on June 10 and gradually raised to 25% unless Mexico takes more forceful action to contain illegal immigration) and also to end India’s preferential trade status represent further broadening of the US administration’s tensions with its trading partners.

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