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Almond Retribution Delayed as India Holds Back Steel Tariff Reponse

Ags - Fruit/Veg 129 Consumer Staples 740 India 468 Materials - Metals/Mining 713 Metals - Aluminum 229 Metals - Steel 484 Tariffs 1771 U.S. 5260

The Indian government has postponed its retaliatory duties against U.S. section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum for a fourth time. That’s reportedly due to ongoing negotiations for a package of trade arrangements, though a full free trade agreement is not on the table. Indian imports of products targeted for tariffs from the U.S. in the 12 months to Sept. 30 were worth $1.61 billion and were led by almonds – equivalent to 42.1% of the total. India’s steel and aluminum exporters have nonetheless suffered from U.S. duties with U.S. seaborne imports down 26.5% in the three months to Nov. ...

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