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. https://government.report/Resources/Whitepapers/e2dfb605-fd02-4e67-815a-f6bacc9a4c9b_2019-03-08US-EUTradeRelations2.pdf
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US–EU TRADE RELATIONS IN THE TRUMP ERA WHICH WAY FORWARD?
Although the US and the EU remain each other’s largest trade and investment partners, there has latterly been some turbulence in transatlantic economic and political relations. A major source of friction have been the US tariffs on imports of steel and aluminium, introduced by the Trump administration in the name of national security, and the EU’s retaliatory tariffs. President Trump’s threat to impose tariffs of up to 25 per cent on imports of automobiles and automotive parts is on hold for now, but remains another source of tension. The EU and its member states also regard the Trump administration’s attitudes and actions towards the rules-based international trading architecture – especially the WTO – as a great challenge. N/A DOWNLOAD