Trump claims US hit hard by tariffs, India says won't rush into trade deal

Millennium Post Delhi|February 22, 2020

Trump claims US hit hard by tariffs, India says won't rush into trade deal
INDIA AND THE US ARE EXPECTED TO SIGN 5 PACTS COVERING TRADE FACILITATION & HOMELAND SECURITY

NEW DELHI: Days ahead of his visit to India, US President Donald Trump caused yet another stir, claiming New Delhi has been hitting America “very hard” with high trade tariffs, according to a report on Friday.

At a ‘Keep America Great’ rally in Colorado overnight, Trump told thousands of his supporters that he “really likes” Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and they would be talking business, a report mentioned.

“I’m going to India next week and we’re talking trade. They’ve been hitting us very hard for many, many years,” Trump said according to the report. “We’ve got to talk a little... We’ve got to talk a little business. It’s been hitting us hard. They give us tariffs, one the highest in the world is India,” he said.

articleRead

You can read upto 3 premium stories before you subscribe to Magzter GOLD

Log-in, if you are already a subscriber

GoldLogo

Get unlimited access to thousands of curated premium stories and 5,000+ magazines

READ THE ENTIRE ISSUE

February 22, 2020