Other Countries Could Join EU Response to Trump Tariffs

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The European Union should unite in response to any U.S. tariffs on its steel and aluminium exports — and it could retaliate alongside nations from outside Europe, the French economy and finance minister told CNBC.”I think the first is to have a common response from the member states from the European Union,” Bruno Le Maire […]

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