A new wave of trade wars between the United States and China is intensifying, with both sides pushing for increased tariffs on imported goods and tighter restrictions on goods destined for Asia.

On Friday, the State Department’s trade office announced that China would impose a 10 percent tariff on a shipment of goods from India to the United State that was brought in by rail.

China will also impose a 12 percent tariff, a move that will raise import prices for U.S. and Canadian products.

The tariffs will be imposed on shipments of grain, vegetables and seafood destined for India and Bangladesh, which together account for about a quarter of the world’s grain imports.

U.S.-China trade in goods will increase to $16.7 billion by 2019, the office said.

The U.N. Economic Commission for Western Asia estimates that China will overtake the United Kingdom and Germany as the world market for U,S.

goods.

China is also targeting the South American nation of Colombia, which accounts for about 13 percent of the U.K.’s goods trade with China, and Mexico, which exports more than $6 billion to the U,K.

The country is the world leader in beef, with the U.,K.

leading producers.

The U. S. has been seeking to curb Chinese trade in the face of U.C.V. and similar products that were banned by China in response to a 2011 trade dispute between Washington and Beijing over currency manipulation.

China has also tried to clamp down on the sale of tobacco products and other goods.

The Commerce Department announced the tariffs in its annual report on international trade.

China was one of the top three exporters of U,C.

Vs in the first half of 2019, with shipments from India and South Korea reaching about $1.3 billion.

The new tariffs are the latest in a series of moves by both countries that have pushed for tariffs on products.

The two countries have also signed trade agreements, including a free-trade deal with the European Union, and U. C.V., the world ‘s largest petrochemical company, is looking to build a massive new plant in the Ural Mountains.

U,C., and other Chinese companies have also stepped up efforts to buy U. K. U.V.-made vehicles, cars and other vehicles.