EU vows to protect European companies in Iran – NAFTA deadline looms as deal still elusive - EU court upholds controversial insecticide ban
EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker announced that the bloc plans to kickstart a 1996 law that would prohibit European companies from complying with US sanctions on Iran.
The United States has made true on its promise to hit the European Union with higher import tariffs on steel and aluminum. But there needs to be a distinction between bluster and true inequality says DW's Timothy Rooks.
EU leaders are huddling to address a response to the US exit from the Iran nuclear deal and the threat of US tariffs on steel and aluminum. EU President Donald Tusk started the summit by lashing out at Donald Trump.
The EU has drafted business safeguards to salvage the Iran nuclear deal, including prohibiting firms from complying with US sanctions and sending money to Iran's central bank. Experts doubt such efforts will be enough.
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