The public should soon learn the level of punitive tariffs the World Trade Organization (WTO) will allow the U.S. to put on European imports because EU governments provided illegal subsidies to Airbus to build large commercial aircraft. Weeks or months later, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) is expected to issue a final list of European products to be taxed, and those tariffs could start being collected by year-end. Then there will be a retaliatory strike. By mid-2020, another WTO ...


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