In the ongoing exchange of rising duties stemming from the recent U.S. steel and aluminum actions, Mexico’s Official Gazette published the decree with the list of products subject to retaliatory tariffs that Mexico is imposing to U.S. steel and farm products.

Here is a general overview of these changes.

The Trump administration has announced that the additional 25% and 10% tariffs on steel and aluminum are now in effect for the European Union (EU), Canada, and Mexico. The decision was made public yesterday, just hours before the temporary exemptions for the three parties were set to expire.

The exemptions were originally granted on a conditional basis as the United States negotiated certain trade topics with the EU, Canada, and Mexico. According to U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, there wasn’t enough progress made in the trade talks to warrant extended or permanent exemptions.