Time is running out for the EU to secure continued exemptions from US tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
"Berlin is the city of freedom," a business agency in the German capital has contacted Harley-Davidson's CEO. The iconic US company is looking to move some production abroad to avoid the fallout of an EU-US trade spat.
US officials have revealed a list of Chinese goods they will be targeting with 10 percent tariffs, raising fears of an escalating trade war. US retailers have slammed the decision, as has China itself.
Despite the US president's endeavors to attract financial resources from abroad, foreign direct investment in the United States has declined considerably. It's not Donald Trump's fault, though, or not yet.
At a time of heightened uncertainty in the global economic environment, leaders of Europe and China are meeting to ponder ways to counter the fallout from US President Trump's "America First" policies.
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