Fruit, vegetables and clothing are all part of the EU’s secret offer. It proposes doing away with import tariffs on thousands of products in the framework of the TTIP negotiations.
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.
US President Donald Trump has suggested Canada and Mexico could win exemptions to his planned tariffs on steel and aluminum if they agree to a new free trade deal. Ottawa said this was "absolutely unacceptable."
US President Donald Trump has once more attacked the EU over trade barriers and threatened to slap a tax on imports of European cars. His comments come amid fears of a trade war over new US steel and aluminum tariffs.
Japan has taken the lead in forging the agreement that has evolved from the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal after Washington pulled out, but the US would be welcomed in the future, say experts.
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