Earlier this week, President Trump’s administration announced the imposition of tariffs on European goods covering a wide range of goods, from aircraft, to wine, cheese, olive oil and many more items starting October 18th.
The move comes after the World Trade Organization granted the US permission to tax European exports annually to the amount of $7.5 billion in response a US complaint over subsidies given to the European plane manufacturer Airbus. The $7.5 billion in tariffs is annually and continues until an agreement is reached.
The list of goods subject to tariffs will place a 25% tariff on Parmesan cheese, coffee, mussels, single malt whiskeys and other agricultural goods from Europe in addition to a 10% tariff on European aircraft.
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