Bangladesh may see increased exports to US markets as the Donald Trump administration terminates preferential trade facilities for India, a close competitor of the country. The US Government announced its decision to end preferential tariffs for $5.6 bn of Indian exports from June 5 after determining that it has not assured the US that it will provide “equitable and reasonable access to its markets. Bangladesh already has registered double digit growth in the US market due to the US-China trade war, which opened up opportunities for Bangladeshi exporters.