China to slash tariffs on foreign vehicles - Markets spooked as Italy forms new government - Greek farmers see sweet future for stevia
G7 finance ministers have sent "a message of regret and disappointment" to President Donald Trump over his tariff decision. Meeting ahead of the main summit, they said there was still time to avoid a trade war.
In roughly a week from now, higher US tariffs on steel and aluminum imports are to come into force. Will the European Union manage to be exempted from the duties? DW's Sabine Kinkartz reports from Berlin.
The two-day gathering in Argentina comes at a tense moment, just a few days before the US will impose higher tariffs on steel and aluminum imports and new US trade measures reportedly targeted at China.
The messy quarrel over the G7 communique serves nobody. So why not scrap these summits altogether? After all, the four-decade-old event is an anachronistic format anyway, says Felix Steiner.
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