Effective June 16, India has imposed increased tariffs on a list of 28 products imported from the U.S., generating an additional US$217 million in earnings to the country. India had first announced its plans to impose new tariffs a year ago in response to the U.S. decision to increase import duties on Indian steel and aluminium, but it delayed imposing them while both nations engaged in a series of trade talks. India, however, sells a lot more to the U.S. than it buys; in 2018, it imported U.S. goods worth US$33 billion and exported goods worth US$54 billion. 

Source: CNN