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US President Joe Biden is in Europe. His trip marks a change from predecessor as he tries to rally allies to deal with rivals Russia and China.
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The two sides have been locked in a row over subsidies for European planemaker Airbus and its US rival Boeing for almost two decades.
The row — one of the longest-running in WTO history — saw the trans-Atlantic allies impose billions of dollars in tariffs. The deal eases a major point of tension between Brussels and Washington, for now.
Brussels and Washington are expected to put an end to much of the trade tensions fueled by former US President Donald Trump. DW takes a look at the various crises that have strained relations between the two allies.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen described the Joe Biden presidency as a "fresh start." The pair are seeking to rebuild relations, starting with a trade breakthrough in the Airbus-Boeing dispute.
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