The situation that arises when one country increases import fees on another country's goods, and the second country then retaliates by raising import fees on the first country's goods. A trade war might occur if a country raises import fees due to perceptions that another country is trading unfairly, perhaps by keeping their currency's exchange rate artificially low in the forex market.
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