America expects to impose punitive tariffs on $7.5 billion European exports due to the recent WTO rule violation of illegal plane subsidies.
Apple Boston

2019-11-07 14:36:00 Thu ET

America expects to impose punitive tariffs on $7.5 billion European exports due to the recent WTO rule violation of illegal plane subsidies. World Trade Organization rules that America can impose 25% tariffs on $7.5 billion European goods such as coffee, wine, whisky, cheese, and so forth in retaliation for illegal subsidies for the European airplane-maker Airbus. This decision may spark a tit-for-tat trade conflict between Europe and the U.S. to further destabilize a fragile global economy in the recent dawn of an interim partial trade deal between China and America.

The major trans-Atlantic stock markets from S&P 500, Dow Jones, and Nasdaq to FTSE and Euro Stoxx 50 plunge substantially in response to the new resolution of a 15-year trade dispute between Europe and America. As of October 2019 the U.S. trade institution targets Britain, France, Germany, and Spain as the main Eurozone consortium countries for Airbus airplane production. As U.S. trade envoy Robert Lighthizer suggests, the WTO confirms that the U.S. can impose countermeasures in response to the European illegal subsidies for Airbus. Lighthizer seeks to begin new trade negotiations with European counterparts to resolve this complex issue in a consistent way that would benefit American workers.

 


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