Hanover Fair: EU updating trade deal with Mexico - Dutch tulip production reaches all time high
US President Donald Trump has taken actions to redress what he says are unfair trading relationships with Europe, China, Canada and Mexico. DW takes a look at what he has done and how those affected have responded.
The move follows Mexico's announcement that it would introduce retaliatory duties on US products. The European Union and Canada have already filed WTO complaints over the controversial steel and aluminum tariffs.
The EU and Mexico have had a free trade agreement for 17 years, but have been negotiating a new one for the past 18 months. Following the most recent round of talks, hopes are high that a deal can be concluded next week.
Germany's Angela Merkel and Mexico's Enrique Pena Nieto have opened the world's largest industrial technology fair, in Hanover. It comes as both countries enter a challenging trade relationship with the US.
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